Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest with Prince Philip on Monday as the world gathers in London to pay tribute to her long life “dedicated to the service of the British nation”.
The deceased’s life will be commemorated with a state funeral, during which dignitaries from around the world, religious leaders and his family will all pay tribute to his “faith and commitment”, “love of family” and his “sensitivity”. Duty and devotion to his people.
A more intimate funeral at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, will remember how “in the midst of our rapidly changing and often troubled world, his calm and dignified presence gave us, as he did, courage and hope to face the future.” Faith”.
The Queen’s funeral will begin at 11am at Westminster Abbey in London and conclude with a private and ‘privileged’ funeral service at the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle, where she will join her father, her mother and her sister. and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. As the coffin leaves the Abbey for the last time, 70 years after the Queen ascended the throne, its piper will play ‘Sleep, dear, sleep’.
Lakhs of people are expected to attend The 35 km from London to Windsor, west of the capital.