People from all over the world are expected step in to pay their respects the late Queen Elizabeth II as she is buried today.
The Queen died at her beloved Balmoral estate in Aberdeenshire on September 8. The monarch was 96 years old.
The State Funeral will be held at Westminster Abbey, her funeral service will be held at 4pm at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth II is greeted with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in King George VI’s Chapel. buried at Windsor Castle.
The funeral will be held as a private service on Monday evening at 7:30 p.m.
What to Expect from the Queen’s Funeral
How to watch the Queen’s funeral on TV?
The Queen’s funeral will be broadcast live on BBC One, BBC News and on BBC iPlayer. Reporting begins at 8 a.m.
It is also shown on Sky News and ITV will also show the funeral on all of its channels.
How to watch the Queen’s funeral online?
The Queen’s funeral will also be broadcast online. Sky News will be broadcasting the somber occasion, which can be viewed on its website or YouTube account.
The BBC will also stream its coverage online.
Will the Queen’s funeral be a public holiday?
On Saturday 10 September, King Charles III confirmed that the day of the Queen’s funeral would be a bank holiday.
The new king approved the bank holiday as part of National Day of Mourning.
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