British, world leaders and royals around the world on Monday will send their last farewell to Queen Elizabeth, the last high-ranking figure of her time, in a state funeral that can be imitated.
At 6:30 a.m. (05:30 GMT), official time in the country ended after four days, during which hundreds of thousands of people lined up for the body of Britain's longest-reigning monarch at London's historic Westminster Palace.
They, like many around the world, including US President Joe Biden, want to pay respect to the 96-year-old, Who spent 7 decades on the British throne.
Before 11 a.m., the oak coffin, decorated with the Royal Standard with the Royal Crown on top, will be placed on a gun carriage and carried by the navy to Westminster Abbey for the young man's funeral.
Among the 2,000 thousand people at the church, there will be about 500 world leaders including Mr. Biden, Emperor Naruhito of Japan, Wang Qishan, Vice President of China and President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa.
The Queen's grandchildren, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, the eldest of the two children currently in line to Prince William, will attend.
Elizabeth died at the age of 96 on September 8 at her Scottish summer home, Balmoral Castle.
Her health declined, and for months, her monarch, who had fought hundreds of official engagements in the 90s, withdrew from public life, although just two days before her death, she appointed Liz Truss as her 15th and final prime minister.