1000’s of individuals have seen the late monarch’s coffin mendacity in state in Westminster Corridor over the previous days after it was taken from Balmoral in Scotland.
The Queen’s state funeral is scheduled to begin from 11am (8pm AEST) on Monday, at Westminster Abbey.
Buckingham Palace has launched plans for Monday’s occasions, that are set to final about 12 hours.
Right here is the official itinerary:
10.44am (7.44pm AEST): The Queen’s coffin departs Westminster Corridor and makes the quick journey to Westminster Abbey together with members of the Royal Navy and adopted by King Charles III and royal relations.
11am UK time (8pm AEST): The funeral service begins. About 2000 folks will attend the service, together with members of the royal household, international heads of state and representatives from Commonwealth nations.
The Dean of Westminster, David Hoyle, will conduct the service.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss and the Secretary-Basic of the Commonwealth Patricia Scotland will learn scripture passages.
The sermon and the commendation will probably be given by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby earlier than the dean pronounces the blessing.
Choral items for the funeral service embody ’O Style and see how gracious the Lord is’, sung on the Queen’s coronation in 1953.
11.55am (8.55pm AEST): Two minutes of silence will mark the ending of the service. The bells of Westminster will ring totally muffled, following the custom of the funeral of a sovereign.
The UK nationwide anthem ‘God Save the King’ and a lament performed by the Queen’s Piper will probably be performed on the shut.
Following the state funeral, the Queen’s coffin will begin its ultimate journey by way of London, down The Mall and previous Buckingham Palace.
It would then be taken to Windsor Fort by hearse the place Queen Elizabeth II will probably be laid to relaxation.
4pm (1am AEST): About 800 company will attend the committal service at St George’s Chapel, performed by the Dean of Windsor David Conner.
Throughout the service, the crown jeweller will take away the devices of state – the orb, sceptre and crown - from the coffin.
On the shut of the service, the coffin will probably be lowered into the royal vault.
Following the service a non-public burial service will probably be held in King George VI Memorial Chapel with simply the royal household in attendance.
Queen Elizabeth II will then be buried along with her late husband, Prince Philp.