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Queen Elizabeth II Funeral LIVE Updates: Ek Thi Rani! Queen Elizabeth II farewell ends

India's President Draupadi Murmu on Sunday visited Westminster Hall, London, where the mortal remains of Queen Elizabeth II are present.

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Queen Elizabeth II Funeral LIVE Updates: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II will be cremated with full state honors today. Queen Elizabeth II will be given a final farewell at Westminster Abbey in London. It will be broadcast live.

Many world leaders and members of European royal families have arrived in Britain to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. According to the information, more than 2000 guests from around the world will attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. In which the heads of state of many countries, members of the royal family, politicians, industrialists and prominent personalities from other fields are included.

Indian President Draupadi Murmu, US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden, French President Emmanuel Macro, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albenis will also attend. Apart from this, many heads of state of Turkey, Israel and all Commonwealth countries will also attend the funeral program of Queen Elizabeth II.

Know here moment to moment updates

Latest: Queen Elizabeth’s funeral ends at Westminster Abbey, two minutes silence observed.

5:39 pm: The Queen’s coffin is now being taken around the Victoria Memorial which stands outside of Buckingham Palace. Members of the Queen’s staff and household are in attendance.

4:43 pm: The Queen’s coffin is now being carried out of Westminster Abbey and will begin the journey to St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

4:31 pm: The congregation sings the national anthem following the two-minute silence.

4:27 pm: The Last Post was played, followed by a two-minute silence.

4:20 pm: The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II was carried by a gun carriage from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey, towed by 142 sailors from the Royal Navy.

King Charles III, joined by royal family members – including Prince William and Prince Harry – as well as members of the royal household, followed the coffin.

3:51 pm: Prime Minister Liz Truss gives the second reading from scripture, from the Gospel According to John: “Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.”

3:32 pm: A choir sings as Elizabeth II’s coffin is carried down the aisle of Westminster Abbey.

03:15 pm: Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin has been taken to Westminster Abbey in London for her state funeral.

01:55 pm: Huge crowd on the way to the last journey

London officials say all sights are packed along the route of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.

10:00 am: King Charles remembers mother’s ‘lifelong service’ ahead of Queen’s funeral

Britain’s King Charles III remembered his late mother’s “lifelong service” in a thank you message ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London on Monday morning.

08:00 am: Who’s invited to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and who isn’t?

Hundreds of foreign royals and heads of state are expected to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London on Monday. Westminster Abbey has room for about 2,000 people. Around 500 heads of state and foreign dignitaries are expected to be accompanied by their aides, BBC and Sky News report. In addition, members of the Queen’s family, courtiers, public figures and UK politicians will attend Britain’s first state funeral in six decades.

06:55 am: Husband will be buried near Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth will be buried next to her husband Prince Philip on the grounds of Windsor Castle with full state honours.

06:19 am: US President Joe Biden arrives in UK

US President Joe Biden arrives in Britain to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II. He met with the new Emperor of Britain, Charles III.

06:10 am: President of India Draupadi Murmu present in London

India’s President Draupadi Murmu on Sunday visited Westminster Hall, London, where the mortal remains of Queen Elizabeth II are present. The President paid tribute to the departed soul on behalf of himself and the people of India.

Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September at the age of 96. She remained in the position of Queen of Britain for almost 70 years. Despite the bitter cold, there are long queues for the last glimpse of the queen.

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