Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022. She will hold her full national funeral at Westminster Abbey on September 19th.
Here’s everything you need to know.
How will the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II be viewed?
American viewers can watch Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on television networks such as NBC, CNN, ABC, PBS, and Fox News.
A UK audience, on the other hand, can stream events from BBC One, BBC News and Sky News. The BBC will also host live feeds for people around the world.
Meanwhile, online platforms such as FuboTV, Sling, and YouTube TV also broadcast the entire progress live. Nevertheless, if you subscribe, you can also watch on Peacock, Hulu+ Live TV, and Paramount+.
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Who will attend Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral?
The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will most likely be the most attended event in British history. World leaders and dignitaries will fly from all over the world to watch the event.
More than 2,000 guests are expected to gather at London’s Westminster Abbey on Monday.
Key guests include US President Joe Biden, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Royal families from all over the world will also attend. Among them are King Philip and Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Philip and Queen Leticia of Spain, and Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco.
What time is Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral?
The Royal Navy procession is expected to begin at 10:35 AM GMT (5:35 AM EST). Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin moves from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey.
When the coffin arrives at the Abbey, the funeral will begin at 11:00 BST, led by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
After the national funeral, the national anthem remains silent for two minutes. Heathrow Airport will also suspend arrivals and departures for the next 30 minutes. The service ends at noon with Reveille.
Where will Queen Elizabeth II be buried?
After arriving at Westminster Abbey, Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin is moved to Wellington Arch. Then she will proceed to Windsor for her burial.
The Queen will be buried next to the deceased Prince Philip at Windsor Castle in St George’s Chapel.