The Queen’s funeral might be occurring on Monday nineteenth September and people all all through the nation might be watching the procession and the service reside on television.
On the morning of the funeral, the lying-in-state will end at 6:30am and the coffin might be taken in procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey, the place the State Funeral Service will occur.
There might be 2,000 people attending the funeral particularly particular person, although attendance is by invitation solely.
How to watch the Queen’s funeral?
The funeral service and processions might be confirmed reside on BBC One, ITV and Sky.
However, you possibly can even choose to watch the funeral with others on big screens which have been put up all through the nation. There might be screens in London’s Hyde Park, Cathedral Square in Sheffield, Centenary Square in Birmingham, Carlisle’s Bitts Park, Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park and Coleraine Town Hall in Northern Ireland.
Gov.uk states that cinemas all through the UK are moreover opening their screens to level out the funeral, “bringing together local communities to commemorate.”
What time is the nationwide silence?
A two-minute silence might be held at about 11.55am, shortly after the Last Post sounds all through the funeral. The nationwide silence might be observed throughout the Abbey and all via the UK.
At about midday, the state funeral service will come to an end with the having fun with of Reveille, the nationwide anthem, and a lament carried out by the Queen’s piper.
Where will The Queen be buried?
The Queen might be buried throughout the King George VI memorial chapel, in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
She might be buried collectively together with her late husband, Prince Philip, who might be moved into the memorial chapel collectively together with her as he was beforehand interred throughout the Royal Vault, which might be in St George’s Chapel.
Other members of the Royal Family who’re buried throughout the memorial chapel embody the Queen’s father, King George VI, who died in 1952, nonetheless was buried in 1969, and Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, who died in 2002.
The ashes of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, are moreover buried throughout the chapel.