We know the funeral schedule of Elizabeth II. It has been refined down to the minute

On Thursday, a detailed program of the funeral ceremonies of Elizabeth II was presented. As previously announced, on Monday at At 6.30 am will terminate the entrance to Westminster Hall, where the coffin with the body is on display from Wednesday afternoon.

At. At 10:35 the coffin will be placed on the cannon carrier and at 10:44 the conductor will depart towards the Palace of Westminster, arriving eight minutes later. King Charles III and nine other members of the royal family will walk behind the coffin. The memorial service will begin at Westminster Abbey at 11, and will end just before 12 two minutes of silence and the national anthem.

The coffin will then be placed back on the cannon carrier and the conductor will depart towards Wellington Arch, which is located at the rear of the green area adjacent to Buckingham Palace. There, the coffin will be transferred to a hearse for transport to Windsor Castle. The royal family will travel to Windsor in their cars.

At 4 p.m. in the chapel of St. George, a service will begin there, in which, in addition to the royal family, the staff of the court as well as the present and former employees of the royal residences will participate. During this service, the coffin will be lowered into the royal crypt, which is located in the basement of the chapel. There, at 7.30pm, now only in the presence of members of the royal family, the coffin will be placed in the tomb in the chapel of King George VI, next to the Queen’s parents and her husband, Prince Philip, who died last year.

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