The royal family will bid farewell to their beloved matriarch, Queen Elizabeth II, on the grounds of Windsor Castle in a service attended by about 800 people.
Carpet of flowers around St George’s Chapel for committal service
A carpet of flowers will greet mourners arriving at St George’s Chapel for the Queen’s Committal service.
The royal family will bid farewell to their beloved matriarch in the gothic chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle in a service attended by about 800 people.
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Members of the congregation are expected to include the late monarch’s nearest and dearest, her household staff past and present, and foreign royal families.
A wreath from Number 10, signed by Prime Minister Liz Truss, sits close to the door of the chapel, and says: “For a lifetime of devotion and duty we offer our deep and sincere gratitude.”