The Funeral From Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II on Monday at 12 noon BST in Westminster Abbey, in the heart of London. It is estimated that more than 4 billion people have followed the service. We collect the most important moments in this article.
1. The Queen’s Coffin is accompanied by an impressive procession of bagpipes
Accompanied by hundreds of bagpipes and drummers, the Queen’s coffin was carried from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey shortly before noon. King Charles and his brothers, as well as Prince William and Prince Harry, took part in the procession (See the video above).
2. Prince George and Princess Charlotte walk behind the coffin
The British royal family walked to Westminster Abbey behind the Queen’s coffin. Prince George (9 years old) and Princess Charlotte (7 years old), the eldest sons of Crown Prince William and Kate Middleton, walked along the aisle of the church.
3. Westminster Abbey sings “God Save the King” at the Queen’s funeral
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral also honored her heir, King Charles III. The whole church sang “God Save the King”:
4. World leaders pay tribute to the Queen
Several world leaders traveled to London on Sunday for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. US President Joe Biden, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska, among others, saluted the Queen the day before.
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