The Queen’s funeral will take place on Monday 19 September Buckingham Palace announced.
event will come at the end of en official 10 day period of mourning after death of Queen Elizabeth at age 96 on Thursday. It will take place at 11:00 am at Westminster Abbey.
Her son Charles was officially proclaimed king. on Saturday, and ordered that day of his mother’s funeral will be bank holiday.
King Charles III confirmed public holiday during his first meeting with secret council in St. James’s Palace – first in history be televised.
The Queen’s funeral will be first followed by a state funeral of her first prime minister Sir Winston Churchill, in 1965
Although her father George VI chose St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. for his service, his daughters body to be taken to Westminster Abbey, where she was married and crowned, and then to Windsor for burial. in Royal vault.
Before the queen’s funeral she will lie in state in Westminster Hall for four days to allow in public pay tribute to.
Queen’s coffin now in ballroom at Balmoral Castle and will be taken to the palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh on Sunday.
On Monday, a procession attended by the king and members of Royal family will take shape as the coffin is carried into the city of St. Giles’ Cathedral. He’ll stay there until Tuesday, so people in Scotland can pay tribute.
On Tuesday evening, the coffin, accompanied by Princess Anne, will be flown from Edinburgh Airport to RAF Northolt and then taken to Buckingham Palace.
On Wednesday afternoon he will be transferred to Westminster Hall, where he will lie. in state until the morning of state funeral. Members of in public will have the opportunity to visit Westminster Hall to pay their respects to the Queen.