Queen Elizabeth II on final journey, celebrities from around the world in London to bid farewell
Queen Elizabeth II Funeral: Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at the age of 96. He will be cremated today with full state honours. Queen Elizabeth II was given a final farewell at Westminster Abbey in London.
From ordinary people to celebrities from all over the world have gathered in London to pay the last farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, who was Queen for 70 years. The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II has arrived at Westminster Abbey. The responsibility of lifting the coffin of the Queen from the State Gun Carriage has been given. Inside the grand building, the coffin will be carried through the cave and the quire. The funeral of Queen Elizabeth will be done today. To attend the funeral of the Queen, heads of state, the President, Prime ministers, and representatives of different countries around the world have arrived in London to pay tribute to her.
For the safety of the people present in the funeral program, tremendous police security has been made in London. Heads of state and representatives of different countries have arrived in London to pay tribute to British Queen Elizabeth II, to participate in the funeral program. India's President Draupadi Murmu also arrived in London on Saturday to attend the state funeral of the Queen.
The final farewell of Queen Elizabeth II has begun. Hundreds of armed personnel marched in special performances with white gloves, bear skin caps and bands during the Queen's funeral procession. David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster, is leading the funeral. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will deliver sermons and praise. Prayers will be offered by the Archbishop of York, the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, the Moderators of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and the Free Church Moderators.
Queen Elizabeth II died in Scotland on 8 September at the age of 96. She was queen for almost 70 years. The Queen's funeral will take place only after some time from now. It is being told that about 500 VIPs from all over the world are attending. The Queen's funeral will be broadcast live in 125 cinema halls.