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Queen Elizabeth II's funeral – timeline entertainment of anticipated events

The official notification of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in British history, was announced by an official statement from Buckingham Palace after the Prime Minister was personally notified by the Queen’s private secretary, the Cabinet Secretariat and the Privy Council Office. It was held in. After the death of his beloved mother, Charles III issued the following statement:

The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is the greatest grief for me and my entire family.

We deeply mourn the loss of our beloved monarch and beloved mother. I know her loss will be deeply felt by the entire nation, realms and federations, and countless people around the world.

In this time of mourning and change, my family and I will be comforted and supported by knowing the respect and deep affection with which the Queen was so widely held.

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The funeral plan was codenamed “London Bridge”. Flags on royal palaces and other government buildings were lowered to half-staff. Westminster Abbey at St Paul’s Cathedral rings at set times.

A state funeral is scheduled for 10 days later. On Friday 9th September, the Queen’s coffin will be moved to the Balmoral Ballroom and covered with wreaths that are changed daily. Her coffin will also be covered to Scottish royal standards.

There will also be a gun salute in London’s Hyde Park every 10 seconds during Elizabeth’s lifetime.according to GuardianFuneral plans are subject to change at any time, but the Queen’s body is expected to be moved to Holyroodhouse, her residence in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, on Saturday, September 10.

On Sunday 11th September, the Queen’s children and grandchildren will join the procession from Holyrood to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh. A service is then held at St. Giles, where the Queen’s coffin is placed in her 24-hour burial. Citizens are allowed to show respect.

On Monday 12th September, the Queen will drive from St Giles’ Cathedral to take the Royal Train to London. On Tuesday 13 September, the coffin arrived at London’s St Her Pancras station and was driven to Westminster. Millions of people line the streets to pay their respects.

On Wednesday 14th September the coffin will be taken to Westminster Hall. After a short service, Queen Elizabeth will rest under armed guards for the next five days. Ten days after her death, her Queen will be farewelled at Westminster Abbey, attended by members of her family and heads of state from around the world. There is a two-minute silence throughout the country during worship services.

On the day of the funeral, at 10:35 a.m. (5:35 a.m. ET), the coffin is lifted from the Catafalk where it was laid and taken from Westminster Hall to the Royal Navy State Gun Carriage. From there, the coffin is taken from New Palace Yard to Westminster Abbey.

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The roads are lined with Royal Navy and Royal Marines as the procession is led by Scottish and Irish regiments, Gurkha brigades and Royal Air Force pipe and drum groups. The King, members of the royal family, and family members of both the monarch and the Prince of Wales follow right behind the coffin.

Conducted by the Reverend David Hoyle, Dean of the University of Westminster, the service will begin at 11:00 am (6:00 am ET). Prime Minister Liz Truss and Commonwealth Secretary Patricia Scotland will read, and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will preach.

When the service ends around 11:55 AM (6:55 AM ET), the last post will sound before a two minute silence. The funeral concludes with the Queen’s pipe blowing, and at noon (7:00 a.m. ET) she begins playing the Reveille, the national anthem, and the Lamentations.

After the service, the coffin was carried out of the hall to Wellington Arch, where King Charles II led some members of the royal family behind on foot, followed by Camilla and others by car, leaving London for the final ride to Wellington Arch. I will travel Windsor.

At 4:00 PM (11:00 AM ET), a devotional service will be held by the Dean of the University of Windsor at the destination of St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle. The Queen’s coffin is lowered into the Royal Her Vault below the Chapel, when the Crown Her Jewelers remove the Imperial State Her Crown, Orb and Scepter at the end of the service.

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