Albanese arrived alongside different Commonwealth leaders, together with Canada’s Justin Trudeau and New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern, however after that of another world leaders, akin to US President Joe Biden and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Marcon.
He earlier shared an image of the two of them heading to Westminster collectively.
Talking earlier than the service, Albanese revealed he had run into plenty of Australians on the streets of London forward of the funeral.
He spoke to 2GB’s Chris O’Keefe on Monday night in regards to the lead-up to the service at Westminster Abbey.
“It has been fairly extraordinary. However wherever you go, there are large numbers of individuals on the road round Buckingham Palace,” Albanese stated.
“Final night time, there have been tens of hundreds of individuals, so far as you might see, simply basically watching buses going to the doorway of Buckingham Palace.
“However I’ve run into a complete lot of Australians as nicely who’ve made the journey right here. I’ve met individuals from Melbourne and Geelong and Sydney and from throughout the nation.
“I had a second yesterday the place somebody yelled out within the line, ‘Hey, Albo’. And I went over and naturally, I’ve safety with me. And I stated, ‘The place are you from?’ And he stated, ‘Kent’…
“He was a younger fellow who was a follower of Australian politics. However individuals are actually engaged and there may be actually a deep affection for Queen Elizabeth. You possibly can simply really feel it proper across the streets of London.”
Different Australians, together with Australian of the 12 months Dylan Alcott, have additionally arrived for the funeral.