aOn his way to the state funeral for his mother, Queen Elizabeth II Charles III He was greeted with applause. Thousands of people along the funeral procession route applauded the procession driven by the government limousine as it made its way through London. Charles was transferred to Westminster Hall, British Parliament.
From there, the Queen’s coffin was carried in procession to the service at Westminster Abbey. With Charles drove on Monday Prince William And Prince Harry.
The Queen’s coffin was laid to rest in Westminster Hall for several days. Thousands of people took the opportunity to bid farewell to the Queen.
Parade towards Westminster Abbey
coffin of the british Queen Elizabeth Meanwhile, it was carried out of Westminster Hall and put on a chariot. The coffin bearer followed King Charles III in procession. and other members of the royal family. The train then set off towards nearby Westminster Abbey, where the funeral service will take place.
Great-grandchildren have arrived at a state funeral
Two grandchildren of the Queen Queen Elizabeth IIPrince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, had previously arrived at the Queen’s state funeral. The children of heir to the throne, Prince William, came to Westminster Abbey in London with their mother, Princess Kate. There George and Charlotte walked with their father and grandfather, King Charles III. After the coffin of the queen. Her younger brother Prince Louis (4 years) has not been seen.
US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill also arrived for the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London. Unlike most mourners, the presidential couple traveled in their own car. They entered hand in hand church.
The church is filling up over time
More than an hour before the funeral service began, the church gradually filled up on Monday. Television footage showed how many mourners flocked to the 1,000-year-old church in central London. Among others, the son of King Camilla’s consort, Tom Parker Bowles, and parents of Princess Kate, Carol and Michael Middleton. Also opposition leader Keir Starmer of the Labor Party and London Mayor Sadiq Khan arrived early.
Up to 2,000 guests are expected, including hundreds of heads of state and government, royalty and dignitaries from around the world.
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