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How to Enjoy Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral service Service

After Queen Elizabeth II’s death at the age of 96, the world will collect to grieve throughout the late king’s funeral service at Westminster Abbey on Sept. 19, beginning at 11 am BST/6 am EST. The Queen will be buried at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where her late partner, Prince Philip, will be transferred to join her.

Numerous royals and public figures are anticipated to participate in the funeral service, consisting of Queen Elizabeth II’s household; President Joe Biden and First Girl Jill Biden; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; President Emmanuel Macron of France; and many other members from nations consisting of Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Japan, Poland, Austria, Turkey, Israel, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and more.

Thousands have actually currently lined up to share aspects to the Queen’s casket at the Palace of Westminster, where her body will stay till the funeral service on Monday. Still millions more are anticipated to view the event itself, which will be relayed on several networks around the world.

Audiences in the United States will have the ability to view the funeral live on NBC, CNN, ABC, and Fox News, while those in the UK can view on BBC One, BBC News, and Sky News. Several YouTube channels are likewise anticipated to stream the occasions, consisting of channels run by Sky News and the BBC

Following the funeral service, Queen Elizabeth’s casket will be put on a weapon carriage and driven from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square in London, and after that west to Windsor Castle. She will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, the very same place as her dad, King George VI; every mom Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the queen mom; and her sibling, Princess Margaret. The Queen herself commissioned the chapel in 1962, following the death of her dad.

Prince Philip likewise lives in St. George’s Chapel, however in the primary Royal Vault. His body will be transferred to the King George VI Memorial Chapel to rest next to his other half.

Lauren Puckett-Pope is an associate editor at ELLE, where she covers news and culture.

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