The sisters who starred because the notorious twins within the horror film “The Shining” had been amongst throngs of folks that waited in line to pay their respect to Queen Elizabeth II over the weekend.
Lisa and Louise Burns, who performed the Grady twins within the 1980 flick based mostly on the Stephen King novel, documented their lengthy wait to bid farewell to the Monarch who died earlier this month at 96.
The equivalent twins, now of their 50s, shared on social media their journey on the miles-long queue that took hours earlier than reaching her Majesty’s coffin in London.
“Within the Queue! To view the Queen Mendacity in State,” the pair tweeted Sunday.
Additionally they shared how they got a chunk of cake “from the chums of Holy Trinity church on Dockhead” after which 4 hours after they obtained on line mentioned they solely had a number of extra hours to go earlier than reaching the coffin of the late Royal.
Hundreds of thousands watched the Queen’s funeral throughout the UK and billions world wide as greater than 2,000 individuals crammed into Westminster Abbey Monday earlier than she was laid to relaxation in Windsor.
The Burns twins gained fame of their teenagers after their position within the scary movie that additionally starred Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall. It’s ranked one of many best movies of all time.
Lisa and Louise had been amongst different notable individuals who waited patiently to see the Queen’s coffin on the Mendacity-in-State, together with soccer star David Beckham.