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Latest Photos From Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral Service

At Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral today, members of the royal family gathered at Westminster Abbey to bid the monarch their last farewells.



On September 8, the longest-reigning monarch of Great Britain passed away at Balmoral Castle in a calm and serene manner surrounded by her loved ones. 

The majority of the British royal family was present for the solemn ceremony.



This included the Queen’s four children (the newly crowned King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward), as well as all eight of her grandchildren (Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor, and James, Viscount Severn).

There were also a number of their spouses in attendance, including the Queen Consort, Camilla, Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle.

In addition, members of royal families from throughout the world, such as King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, and Queen Margrethe of Denmark, were present at the event.

Long before she passed away, the late monarch gave her blessing to the plans for her funeral.

The procession began at the Palace of Westminster, where the Queen had been lying in state since the previous week and made its way to Westminster Abbey, which would serve as the venue for the funeral.

After that, a committal service will take place at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, and she will be put to rest in the King George VI Memorial Chapel alongside her parents, sister, and her cherished late husband, Prince Philip.



Here are Some Latest Photos From Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral Service:


After Monday’s funeral service, the King and his sister, Princess Anne, followed the Queen’s casket.
Funeral procession with Prince William (left) and Prince Harry (right) following the casket of their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
From Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch, the royal burial cortege is guarded by members of the Royal Navy.
Londoners respond as they see the funeral procession.
Pipe Major Paul Burns, the Queen’s Piper, performs the customary piece.
In the wake of the service at Westminster Abbey, the Queen’s burial procession moves down The Mall.
During the Queen’s funeral procession, pallbearers carry her coffin.
The casket of the Queen is being transported into Westminster Abbey.
Inscribed on a card that has been put on the Queen’s casket is, “Forever in our hearts. A. R. Charles” The “R” in King Charles’s name comes from the Latin word for “king,” “Rex.”
Princess Charlotte, Princess Catherine, Prince George, and Prince William all attend the funeral service, from left to right.

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