Queen Elizabeth II attends the opening ceremony of the sixth session of the Senedd at The Senedd on October 14, 2021 in Cardiff, Wales.
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Official Funeral Plans For Queen Elizabeth II Have Been Announced, Where To Watch

Non-stop plans have been underway since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, making sure all is in order before her funeral services so she may be laid to rest peacefully.

Those plans have now been made public, with an official schedule as to where the Queen will be transported and when available for all to see, as well as when people can watch the funeral itself.

Official funeral plans for Queen Elizabeth II have been released.

Just days after her passing on Thursday, a full schedule for her funeral has been planned and released in a statement from the Royal family.

The funeral service will be held Monday, September 19 at 6 a.m. ET.

Currently, her body rests in Balmoral Castle's Ballroom.

Balmoral Castle
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She is set to stay there until this coming Sunday, when she will be transported to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. She will then rest in the Throne Room until Monday afternoon.

Come Monday, a procession will be formed.

Royal guards marching.
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It will begin on the forecourt Palace of Holyroodhouse and travel to St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh. Members of the royal family, including King Charles III, will take part in the procession.

A service will be held at the cathedral to receive the Queen's coffin.

St Giles' Cathedral
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She will remain there, guarded by Vigils, so Scotland's people may also pay their respects.

On Tuesday, she will travel via Royal Air Force aircraft to Northolt where she'll then be carted to Buckingham Palace.

On Wednesday afternoon, another procession.

Palace of Westminister
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She will be moved to the Palace of Westminister via Gun Carriage, and she will Lie-in-State in Westminister Hall until the morning of the official State Funeral.

During this time, the public may come to pay their respects.

After the funeral, she will be moved one final time.

St. George's Chapel
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She will travel from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch, then to the St. George's Chapel in Windsor. A separate Committal Service will take place there.

It is expected that she will be buried alongside her husband, Prince Philip.

If you'd like to watch the funeral from afar, you can.

Queen Elizabeth II attends the opening ceremony of the sixth session of the Senedd at The Senedd on October 14, 2021 in Cardiff, Wales.
Getty | Chris Jackson

The funeral will be televised on the BBC if you're in the UK, but for those abroad, you can watch it on the BBC iPlayer.

It's expected that some national channels in other countries will broadcast the funeral alongside the BBC, so be sure to check your local television guides.

h/t: ET