Buckingham Palace reveals details of Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral on Monday

Participants of the royal household will hold a personal funeral solution at the King George VI Memorial Church

2 mins of silence will certainly be observed throughout the UK at the end of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral service at Westminster Abbey on Monday offering the general public throughout the country an opportunity to pay their aspects to the late majesty.

Buckingham Royal residence launched information Thursday of the state funeral service of the queen that passed away Sept 8 at age 96 as well as exclusive interment later on Monday.

On Friday night, King Charles III as well as his brother or sisters will certainly stand vigil at their mommy’s casket for 15 mins as it depends on state at the 900-year-old Westminster Hall at your homes of Parliament. Charles, Princess Anne, Royal Prince Andrew as well as Royal prince Edward additionally stood vigil with the casket when it stocked St. Giles’ Basilica in Edinburgh previously today.

After the state funeral service, gone to by some 2,000 visitors, consisting of checking out presidents as well as various other very important people, Elizabeth’s casket will certainly be moved via the historical heart of London from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arc near Buckingham Royal residence on a horse-drawn weapon carriage with Charles as well as various other royals strolling behind.

The casket will certainly after that be driven in the state hearse to Windsor for a committal solution at St. George’s Church near Windsor Castle, where the casket will certainly be decreased right into the Royal Safe as well as the sovereign’s piper will certainly play a lament, the Archbishop of Canterbury will certainly articulate the true blessing as well as the churchgoers will certainly sing “God Save The King.”

Participants of the royal household will after that hold a personal funeral solution at the King George VI Memorial Church, where the queen will certainly be interred with her late other half, Royal prince Philip, that passed away in 2015.

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