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The State Funeral service for The Queen will take place on Monday at 11 AM

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London: The State Funeral service for The Queen will take place on Monday at 11 am. The coffin will be carried on the State Gun Carriage, from the Royal Navy, the first used for Queen Victoria, then King George V, King George VI, Winston Churchill.

The Queen will be laid to rest in Windsor at St Georges’s Chapel on Monday evening together with her beloved husband the Duke of Edinburgh. That is a private burial without cameras. She will also be next to her father King George VI and mother, Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.

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On Friday, at 7:30pm, the King along with the late Queen’s other children will hold a Vigil at her Lying-in-State in Westminster Hall. They will keep watch over her coffin for 15 minutes.

After the Lying-in-State ends on Monday morning, the Procession carrying Queen Elizabeth’s coffin will step off from Westminster Hall at 10:44 am for the short walk to @wabbey for the funeral.

On Monday, the King and other members of the Royal Family will process behind the coffin for the State Funeral Service.  The gun carriage arrives at

@wabbey at 10:52am for the start of the service at 11 am. 2,000 people are expected to attend the service inside the Abbey.

At 11:55 am on Monday, the Last Post will sound at the conclusion of the State Funeral and there will be a national 2 minutes silence.  The Queen’s coffin will then process to Wellington Arch via The Mall and pass by Buckingham Palace for the final time.

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At Wellington Arch, the coffin will be carried into the State Hearse for the drive to Windsor. It will take 2 hours to reach Windsor. Then the Queen will be taken along the Long Walk and – in a final procession from the Castle – her final resting place at St George’s Chapel.

At St George’s Chapel, there will be a committal service. The Queen will be buried in the small chapel in the side of St George’s where her mother & father are. She will be laid to rest with her husband Prince Philip whose coffin has been resting in the Royal Vault since he died.

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