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As it happened: Queen's coffin seen in public for the last time as she joins Prince Philip in the Royal Vault
18 September 2022, 13:34 | Updated: 19 September 2022, 20:58
- The Queen's coffin was moved from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey at 10.44am on Monday
- The funeral began at 11am
- The Last Post was played followed by 2-minute silence at 11.55am
- The Queen’s coffin was then taken to Wellington Arch and then to Windsor
- A committal service at St George’s Chapel took place at 4pm, after which her coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault
- A private family service then took place at 7.30pm, when she was laid to rest with her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh
The Queen's coffin was seen in public for the final time after Her Majesty was lowered into the Royal Vault ahead of a private burial alongside her late husband Prince Philip.
The monarch's funeral was attended by 2,000 people, and then she was moved through central London to Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner.
She arrived in Windsor shortly after 3pm.
Many flowers, thrown by well-wishers along the route, remained on the car's bonnet and roof.
The Committal Ceremony in St George's Chapel concluded just before 5pm.
The sceptre, orb and imperial state crown were removed from her coffin and it was lowered into the Royal Vault.
She was then buried alongside her beloved Prince Philip at a private ceremony later on Monday.
Queen's coffin seen through the crowd in Windsor
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