A state funeral was held at Westminster Abbey in London for the late Queen Elizabeth II. The service was attended by hundreds of dignitaries including members of royal families from across Europe and heads of state from countries around the world. Her Majesty’s coffin was carried to the Abbey by a procession from Westminster Hall where she lied in state. The procession included members of Her Majesty’s immediate family including His Majesty The King.
The service was planned with Her Majesty The Queen’s input and wishes being implemented perfectly. It included readings by the Secretary General of the Commonwealth of Nations, Patricia Scotland and the new British Prime Minister, Liz Truss. The homily was delivered by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Following the short service, a second procession took Her Majesty’s coffin from the Abbey passed Buckingham Palace to Wellington Arch where it was transferred to a hearse. She then traveled to Windsor Castle where a committal service was held at St. George’s Chapel after which Her Majesty’s coffin was lowered into the royal vault.