The unlucky time has come to put Queen Elizabeth II to rest after her long life has come to an end.
The royal was 96 when she passed away on Sept. 8 after seven a long time of service to the British people and her Commonwealth realms.
Her oldest son and heir, King Charles III, is now the ruling monarch of the UK and its territories — along with his son Prince William becoming the brand new Prince of Wales.
1000’s upon 1000’s of mourners have flocked to England to pay their respects to the late monarch.
On Sept. 14, Charles, William and his brother Prince Harry led the procession of bringing the queen’s coffin from Buckingham Palace and into Westminster Hall, where it has been lying in state for public viewing. Her sarcophagus will remain there until her funeral at Westminster Abbey on Sept. 19.
On Monday, 2,000 people from across the globe will gather — including members of the royal family, politicians, dignitaries and such — because the funeral of Her Majesty will begin.
Stores and businesses across the country can be closed to ensure that people to properly mourn and watch the funeral.
The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II has been lying in state in Westminster Hall since Sept. 14.POOL/AFP via Getty Images
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will lead the observance, as he’s probably the most senior member of the Church of England.
Once the service concludes, pallbearers will set down her coffin in a green gun carriage to be trailed by the Royal Navy servicemen.
The queen’s casket is then dropped at Windsor Castle, where there can be a committal service in St. George’s Chapel. After the funeral, the queen can be buried at Windsor, alongside her late husband, Prince Philip.
Here’s all that you must know in regards to the funeral on Monday.
Prince William and his father, the brand new King Charles III, walked behind Queen Elizabeth II’s casket because it was transported on a gun carriage from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster on Sept. 14.Getty Images
What time will the service begin?
The ceremony will begin promptly at 10:35 a.m. GMT (5:35 a.m. EST) and her casket can be transported from Westminster Hall to the Abbey. At 11 a.m. GMT (6 a.m. EST), the funeral is anticipated to officially be underway.
So as to bid one last adieu to the queen, most people will give you the chance to observe and stream the service.
Where are you able to watch the service on cable?
BBC One, BBC News and Sky News are televising the funeral all around the United Kingdom. The BBC can be hosting a live feed worldwide too.
Camilla, Queen Consort, her husband King Charles III, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, his wife Kate Middleton and their three kids stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace following the Platinum Pageant on June 5.Getty Images
Where are you able to stream the funeral?
ITV News can be streaming the funeral on YouTube.
The BBC can be adding their coverage live online, with anyone all over the world in a position to view.
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Who can be attending?
International guests expected to attend include US President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Among the many other attendees include Belgium’s King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, Spain’s King Felipe and Queen Letizia, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark together with Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco, in addition to Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako of Japan.
Former British prime ministers and other government officials may also make an appearance in addition to current Prime Minister Liz Truss.
Countries that didn’t make the guest list are Russia, Belarus, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Syria and Venezuela.