The route the Queen’s coffin will take from Wellington Arch to Windsor Castle on Monday has been revealed – with thousands expected to show up.
The procession is expected to leave London and head west along the southern edge of Hyde Park before passing through Queens Gate and along Cromwell Road.
Continuing through the capital, it will pass Hammersmith and Chiswick along the north bank of the Thames.
Following the Great South West Road, it will pass south of Heathrow Airport – under calm skies following a series of flight cancellations – as it leaves London and passes Staines.
The Queen’s coffin will enter the grounds of Windsor Castle through the Shaw Farm Gate and head north before finally reaching St George’s Chapel.
The hobby of saying goodbye to the Queen is great, with tens of thousands of people lined up to see the late king is lying in state at Westminster Hall.
It has been 70 years since the death of the previous king, the father of Queen Elizabeth II, George VI, so most people in the UK are not used to the traditions and beauty pageants displayed for a few days. via.
Tens of millions of people around the world are expected to watch the Queen’s funeral taking place on Monday.