Prince George and Princess Charlotte WILL attend the Queen’s funeral

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will attend the Queen’s funeral and are set to stroll into Westminster Abbey with their mother and father .

The 2 younger siblings, who’re second and third in line to the throne, will participate in at present’s procession with the likes of King Charles and Prince Harry, because the eyes of the world look in direction of central London.

It was confirmed final night time that the Prince and Princess of Wales will carry George, 9, and Charlotte, seven, would participate, with sources calling it a ‘collective household determination’ to make them what’s regarded as the youngest ever to take a central position in such a momentous event.

It comes after they appeared on the funeral of Prince Philip, their great-grandfather final 12 months, and can give them an opportunity to say goodbye to Her Majesty, who they affectionately known as ‘Gan Gan’.

It’s understood the pair will accompany their mom, Kate, and the Queen consort, Camilla, in a automotive to Westminster Abbey, relatively than stroll the whole size of the procession route. 

They’ll then be part of the procession when it arrives, and can accompany their mother and father and different members of the royal household in following their great-grandmother’s coffin into the place of worship. 

Hundreds of thousands of individuals within the UK and billions around the globe are set to look at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral later, with the service itself set to play host to lots of the strongest women and men on the planet within the type of presidents, prime ministers and royalty.

Tens of 1000’s of individuals will line the procession route between Westminster and Windsor, the place Her Majesty will probably be laid to relaxation this night.

Police forces from throughout the nation have despatched officers to London to assist with safety, whereas transport warnings have been issued warning folks about street closures within the capital and potential standing room-only on trains to and from town.

Final night time officers stopped mourners from becoming a member of the miles-long queue of individuals wishing to pay their respects to the Queen, as they put together to empty Westminster Corridor earlier than the funeral service begins.

It got here on the identical night that King Charles thanked the general public for his or her help following his mom’s demise, whereas Buckingham Palace launched a brand new portrait displaying Her Majesty.

The brand new monarch stated he and the Queen Consort have been ‘deeply touched’ as he prepares the nation for a ‘final farewell’ to his mom on the eve of her funeral.

Here’s what is about to occur at present:

  • The final members of the queue which has been current in London since Wednesday can pay their respects to the Queen at Westminster Corridor early this morning;
  • Her Majesty’s coffin will probably be moved to Westminster Abbey for an hour-long funeral service attended by world leaders, heads of state, royalty and international dignitaries;
  • Her great-grandchildren Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who’re second and third in line to the throne, will participate within the occasion;
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, may also participate within the procession and will probably be current for the funeral service;
  • Within the afternoon the late monarch’s coffin will probably be transported to St George’s Chapel in Windsor for a committal service. Each this and the morning’s funeral service will televised worldwide;
  • On the finish of the committal service Her Majesty’s coffin will probably be lowered into the Royal Vault at Windsor and her household will return within the night for a personal service, throughout which she will probably be laid to relaxation;

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are anticipated to attend their great-grandmother’s funeral at Westminster Abbey tomorrow. Pictured: The Queen stands on the balcony at Buckingham Palace with the Prince and Princess of Wales, together with their youngsters Prince George (left), Princess Charlotte (centre) and Prince Louis (proper)

Buckingham Palace has released a new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the eve of her funeral at Westminster Abbey

Buckingham Palace has launched a brand new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the eve of her funeral at Westminster Abbey

King Charles has released a heartfelt statement saying thank you for the well-wishes sent to the royal family following his mother's death. Pictured: The King meets members of the public on South Bank on Saturday

King Charles has launched a heartfelt assertion saying thanks for the well-wishes despatched to the royal household following his mom’s demise. Pictured: The King meets members of the general public on South Financial institution on Saturday

Members of the public file past the Queen's coffin at Westminster Hall on Sunday, September 18. Tens of thousands of people have paid their respects to Her Majesty over the last few days

Members of the general public file previous the Queen’s coffin at Westminster Corridor on Sunday, September 18. Tens of 1000’s of individuals have paid their respects to Her Majesty over the previous few days

The King and Queen Consort will lead other senior members of the Royal Family in the funeral procession into Westminster Abbey later today

The King and Queen Consort will lead different senior members of the Royal Household within the funeral procession into Westminster Abbey later at present

A guide to how the historic day of mourning will unfold as the Queen's funeral takes place at Westminster Abbey at 11am

A information to how the historic day of mourning will unfold because the Queen’s funeral takes place at Westminster Abbey at 11am 

Whereas the King and Queen Consort will probably be main the royal household behind Her Majesty’s coffin tomorrow, a variety of observers will probably be watching the youngest members of the procession.

The youngsters is not going to stroll the complete size of the procession, which is able to see William, Harry and their cousin Peter Phillips stroll alongside one another in direction of Westminster Abbey.

Nonetheless, after they attain the church the Prince and Princess of Wales’ two eldest youngsters will be part of their mother and father in following the Queen’s coffin inside.

The Day by day Mail understands that William and Kate thought ‘lengthy and arduous’ about whether or not their two eldest youngsters ought to be part of them.

However after George and Charlotte attended their great-grandfather’s memorial in March, William and Kate determined they may deal with the solemnity of the event. Louis, the couple’s youngest, is simply 4 and won’t be becoming a member of.

‘As mother and father they’ve, in fact, thought lengthy and arduous about whether or not their youngsters ought to accompany them,’ a supply stated. ‘After all little Louis is just too younger, however they assume George and Charlotte are as much as it.’

It’s understood the kids may also be within the congregation for the committal service at St George’s Chapel at Windsor this afternoon. A call is to be taken about whether or not they really feel as much as participating within the procession there, too.

The procession is about to see King Charles and his spouse Camilla lead essentially the most senior members of the Royal Household. 

They are going to be adopted by Princess Anne, the Queen’s second eldest little one, and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.

Behind them will probably be Prince Andrew, the Queen’s third little one, and following him will probably be Prince Edward, the youngest of the siblings, and his spouse Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, together with their two eldest youngsters, will come behind, and they are going to be adopted by Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and his spouse Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.

After it will come the Earl of Snowden, son of the Queen’s late sister, Prince Margaret, and Peter Phillips – the son of Princess Anne.

Behind them will probably be Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester, in addition to Prince Michael of Kent and the Duke of Kent.

King Charles and the Queen Consort Camilla view floral tributes in Hillsborough Castle last week. The King has visited all four nations since the death of his mother last week

King Charles and the Queen Consort Camilla view floral tributes in Hillsborough Fort final week. The King has visited all 4 nations because the demise of his mom final week

The King will lead the nation in mourning the passing of his mother tomorrow, with her funeral expected to be watched by billions around the world. Pictured: The King speaks after receiving a message of condolence in the Northern Ireland Assembly

The King will lead the nation in mourning the passing of his mom tomorrow, along with her funeral anticipated to be watched by billions around the globe. Pictured: The King speaks after receiving a message of condolence within the Northern Eire Meeting

Members of the public queue through Shad Thames near Tower Bridge yesterday as they wait for up to 12 hours to pay their respects to the Queen

Members of the general public queue by means of Shad Thames close to Tower Bridge yesterday as they await as much as 12 hours to pay their respects to the Queen

People in Windsor come out to Long Walk tonight to observe the national minute's silence in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Folks in Windsor come out to Lengthy Stroll tonight to look at the nationwide minute’s silence in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

King Charles III has thanked the public for its support following the death of his mother. Pictured: The King looks on during a reception for local charities at Cardiff Castle in Wales on Friday, September 16

King Charles III has thanked the general public for its help following the demise of his mom. Pictured: The King seems to be on throughout a reception for native charities at Cardiff Fort in Wales on Friday, September 16

US President Joe Biden touched his hand to his heart and appeared to snap off a quick salute to the late monarch in a gesture of respect at Westminster Hall earlier today

US President Joe Biden touched his hand to his coronary heart and appeared to snap off a fast salute to the late monarch in a gesture of respect at Westminster Corridor earlier at present

Charles will lead the nation in mourning for its longest reigning monarch, whereas two thousand world leaders, royals and international dignitaries crowd into the gothic church within the centre of London.

In a heartfelt message put out by Buckingham Palace final night time, the King stated he was moved by the response of the general public and the help that they had given him since his mom’s demise on Thursday, September 8.

King Charles thanked the general public for his or her well-wishes following his mom’s demise, saying he wished, ‘as all of us put together to say our final farewell’, to supply his gratitude to ‘all these numerous individuals who have been such a help and luxury to my Household and myself on this time of grief’.

The King stated, within the written message issued by Buckingham Palace: ‘During the last ten days, my spouse and I’ve been so deeply touched by the various messages of condolence and help we’ve got obtained from this nation and the world over.

‘In London, Edinburgh, Hillsborough and Cardiff we had been moved past measure by everybody who took the difficulty to return and pay their respects to the lifelong service of my expensive mom, the late Queen.

‘As all of us put together to say our final farewell, I wished merely to take this chance to say thanks to all these numerous individuals who have been such a help and luxury to my Household and myself on this time of grief.’

He made the statement on the eve of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral at Westminster Abbey. Pictured: A King's Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms guards Her Majesty's coffin at Westminster Hall today

He made the assertion on the eve of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey. Pictured: A King’s Physique Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gents at Arms guards Her Majesty’s coffin at Westminster Corridor at present

Tens of thousands of people have spent hours queuing to see Her Majesty in Westminster Hall in recent days. Pictured: The queue to get in stretches past Tower Bridge

Tens of 1000’s of individuals have spent hours queuing to see Her Majesty in Westminster Corridor in latest days. Pictured: The queue to get in stretches previous Tower Bridge

There have been suggestions that Prince George (bottom left) could play some role in the Queen's funeral service. Here he is pictured with his parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, along with his siblings Princess Charlotte (bottom centre) and Prince Louis (bottom right) on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in June this year

There have been ideas that Prince George (backside left) may play some position within the Queen’s funeral service. Right here he’s pictured together with his mother and father, the Prince and Princess of Wales, alongside together with his siblings Princess Charlotte (backside centre) and Prince Louis (backside proper) on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in June this 12 months

Royal guards stand by Queen Elizabeth II's flag-draped coffin lying in state on the catafalque at Westminster Hall on September 18, 2022 in London, England

Royal guards stand by Queen Elizabeth II’s flag-draped coffin mendacity in state on the catafalque at Westminster Corridor on September 18, 2022 in London, England

Since Wednesday tens of 1000’s of individuals have patiently stood in line as they wait to pay their respects to the Queen as she lies in state at Westminster Corridor.

The queue has snaked its means by means of central London for greater than 4 miles, taking mourners previous quite a few landmarks together with the Tate Trendy, the London Eye and Tower Bridge.

These contained in the corridor had been joined by a number of international heads of state yesterday, as world leaders arriving in London for Her Majesty’s funeral took the possibility to pay their respects within the palace.

The likes of US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron and Chinese language Vice President Wang Qishan had been all seen in Westminster Corridor. 

Later tonight officers will cease extra folks from becoming a member of the queue as they give the impression of being to clear the road earlier than the Queen’s coffin is moved in tomorrow’s funeral procession to Westminster Abbey, the place her funeral is being held tomorrow morning.

Two of the late Queen’s different great-grandchildren, Mia and Lena Tindall, had been at Westminster Corridor on Friday for her lying-in-state. They had been within the gallery with their mother and father Zara and Mike Tindall as their grandmother, Princess Anne, took her place alongside her three brothers for a silent vigil beside the Queen’s coffin.

There was no signal of George, Charlotte or Louis at a vigil by the Queen’s grandchildren – and the Prince of Wales might need good purpose to contemplate whether or not courtiers’ ideas to contain a nine-year-old in tomorrow’s funeral are clever.

How the gorgeous state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II will unfold 

Forward of the service on Monday morning, the tenor bell will probably be tolled each minute for 96 minutes, reflecting the years of Queen Elizabeth’s unbelievable life.

At 10.44am sharp, the late monarch’s coffin will probably be moved the quick distance to Westminster Abbey in time for the funeral service to begin at 11am sharp.

The Queen’s most senior guardsmen, the Grenadier Guards, will type the bearer get together carrying the coffin from the catafalque at Westminster Corridor by means of the North Door to the ready 123-year-old state gun carriage, which will probably be drawn by 142 Royal Naval scores alongside the path to the Abbey.

Led by 200 musicians, the procession will undergo Parliament Sq., the place it will likely be saluted by a guard of honour.

From right here, the King, his siblings and kids, in addition to loyal members of Her Majesty’s family, will march behind the coffin.

Princess Charlotte and Prince George will probably be pushed to the Abbey with the Princess of Wales and the Queen Consort, to affix the household get together outdoors.

Inside, the gothic splendour of the cathedral will probably be filled with greater than 2,000 VIPs, together with world leaders and international royals. Amongst them will probably be ‘on a regular basis folks’ who’ve served the nation, together with NHS heroes who labored tirelessly by means of the pandemic and Armed Forces veterans.

The hour-long service will conclude with the Final Publish, adopted by a two-minute silence noticed throughout the nation and the nationwide anthem – by which Abbey mourners will hail our new King.

A haunting lament performed by the Queen’s Piper, Sleep, Dearie, Sleep, has been included at her private request. Afterwards the coffin will embark on the final stage of its journey, travelling 25 miles to her beloved Windsor, the place she is going to lastly be laid to relaxation.

The committal service will probably be smaller and much more private with the Devices of State – the Imperial Crown, Orb and Sceptre –faraway from the coffin and positioned on the excessive altar, symbolically ending the Elizabethan reign.

The Lord Chamberlain, who’s essentially the most senior official of the Royal Family, will then symbolically ‘break’ his wand of workplace and place it on the coffin to suggest him formally shedding workplace.

The Queen’s coffin will probably be lowered into the Royal Vault, able to be privately reunited later this night along with her beloved Philip, her mother and father and her sister of their household chapel.

‘Us 4’ – as King George VI famously referred to his household – will grow to be ‘us 5’ within the afterlife.

William spoke movingly final week about how strolling behind his grandmother’s coffin because it left Buckingham Palace for the final time on Wednesday had evoked poignant recollections of his mom Princess Diana’s funeral 25 years in the past.

William and Harry, then 15 and 12, discovered their grief thrust into the general public gaze after they adopted Diana’s coffin alongside the identical route down the Mall and Whitehall. It turned one of many defining pictures of the day and left an enduring impression.

William has beforehand stated it was ‘one of many hardest issues I’ve ever executed’, whereas Harry stated: ‘I don’t assume any little one needs to be requested to try this, underneath any circumstances.’

Tomorrow morning the King’s Guard will start their ultimate vigil over the Queen’s coffin at 6am, with Westminster Corridor set to shut at 8.30am. The doorways of Westminster Abbey, simply over the street, will open at 8am.

At 9am Large Ben will strike clearly earlier than the bell’s hammer is roofed with a thick leather-based pad to muffle it is strikes for the remainder of the day.

At 10.35am the coffin will probably be moved onto a state carriage and brought to Westminster Abbey, arriving at 10.52am.

Earlier than the service, a bell will toll 96 instances, reflecting the years of Queen Elizabeth’s life. The service will, Buckingham Palace says, pay tribute to the Queen’s exceptional reign and lifelong of service as head of state, nation and Commonwealth. 

The televised funeral service will start at 11am, led by the Dean of Westminster and the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Hymns together with The Lord’s My Shepherd and Love Divine will probably be sung. Classes function 1 Corinthians 15 20-26, 53-end and John 14 1-9a, with all elements personally chosen by the Queen.

A specifically commissioned choral piece, Like As The Hart, composed by the Grasp of The King’s Music, Judith Weir, will probably be sung by the Choir of Westminster Abbey. The choir may also sing a brief anthem, O Style And See, which was composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams for the Queen’s coronation in 1953.

The Archbishop of Canterbury will give a studying, whereas Prime Minister Liz Truss will learn the second lesson, with prayers from main clerics together with the Bishop of London and Archbishop of York.

Tears are certain to move at The Final Publish and Reveille, in addition to the primary main public rendition of the Nationwide Anthem.

A rendition of Sleep, Dearie, Sleep performed by the Queen’s piper can have enormous significance to her household.

The service, which will probably be proven reside on the BBC and ITV, in addition to 150 cinemas within the UK, is anticipated to be seen by as many as 4.1billion folks worldwide.

At 11.55am the nation will observe a two minute silence adopted by a rendition of the Final Publish. The funeral will formally finish at noon. 

Following the service, the Queen’s coffin will probably be positioned on the again of the state gun carriage at 12.15pm. A funeral procession will then transfer by means of Parliament Sq., Whitehall, Structure Hill and the Mall to reach at Wellington Arch at 1pm.

The coffin will then journey to St George’s Chapel in Windsor, arriving at 3.15pm to permit the general public to pay their respects.

At 4pm there will probably be a televised committal service performed by the Dean of Windsor, throughout which the Imperial State Crown, sceptre and orb will probably be faraway from the coffin by the crown jeweller.

A lone piper will then play a lament as Her Majesty is lowered into the Royal Vault.

At 7.30pm King Charles and the Queen’s kin will return to St George’s Chapel for a personal household burial service, the place the brand new monarch will scatter earth on her coffin.

After being taken by gun carriage from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch, the State Hearse will carry the Queen's coffin west along the south edge of Hyde Park in central London, before passing through Queens Gate and heading down Cromwell Road. It will then head down Talgarth Road via the Hammersmith Flyover, Great West Road (A4) and Great South West Road (A30). It will continue on the A30 and will then take the A308 to make the final part of the journey to Shaw Farm Gate outside Windsor Castle, where it will be met by the procession that will take it up the Long Walk to St George's Chapel

After being taken by gun carriage from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch, the State Hearse will carry the Queen’s coffin west alongside the south fringe of Hyde Park in central London, earlier than passing by means of Queens Gate and heading down Cromwell Street. It’ll then head down Talgarth Street through the Hammersmith Flyover, Nice West Street (A4) and Nice South West Street (A30). It’ll proceed on the A30 and can then take the A308 to make the ultimate a part of the journey to Shaw Farm Gate outdoors Windsor Fort, the place it will likely be met by the procession that can take it up the Lengthy Stroll to St George’s Chapel

The Lord’s My Shepherd, The Final Publish, and a poignant Nationwide Anthem: Learn the Order of Service for the Queen’s funeral 

Westminster Abbey, 11am, Monday, September 19

Earlier than the service, the tenor bell is tolled each minute for 96 minutes, reflecting annually of Queen Elizabeth II’s life.

MUSIC BEFORE THE SERVICE

Fantasia of 4 Components

Orlando Gibbons (1583–1625)

Romanza (Symphony No 5 in D)

Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958)

Reliqui Domum Meum

Peter Maxwell Davies (1934–2016)

Meditation on ‘Brother James’s Air’

Harold Darke (1888–1976)

Prelude on ‘Ecce Jam Noctis’, Op 157 No 3

Healey Willan (1880–1968)

Psalm Prelude Set 1 no 2

Herbert Howells (1892–1983)

In The Nation, Op 194 no 2

Charles Villiers Stanford (1852–1924)

Fantasy on ‘O Paradise’

Malcolm Williamson (1931–2003)

Elegy, Op 58

Sir Edward Elgar (1857–1934)

Andante espressivo (Sonata in G, Op 28) Elgar

Sospiri, Op 70 Elgar

The Procession of Non secular Representatives (from the Church buildings in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Eire, and the leaders of Jewish, Hindu, Muslim and different faiths) strikes to locations within the Nave and the Sacrarium.

All stay seated.

ORDER OF SERVICE

All stand.

Her Majesty’s coffin enters the Abbey, surmounted by the Imperial State Crown and the Orb and Sceptre, borne by the bearer get together together with: The King, The Queen Consort, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, The Princess Royal, The Duke of York, Countess of Wessex, Earl of Wessex, Princess of Wales, Prince of Wales, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Duchess of Sussex, Duke of Sussex, Earl Snowdon, Peter Phillips; Duke of Gloucester, Prince Michael of Kent, Duke of Kent.

The choir sings:

THE SENTENCES

John 11: 25–26; Job 19: 25–27; 1 Timothy 6: 7; Job 1: 21

The Choir of Westminster Abbey and the Choir of the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, sing:

Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets and techniques of our hearts; shut not thy merciful ears unto our prayer; however spare us, Lord most holy, O God most mighty, O holy and most merciful Saviour, thou most worthy Choose everlasting, endure us not, at our final hour, for any pains of demise, to fall from thee. Amen.

The Guide of Widespread Prayer, 1549

Heard a voice from heaven, saying unto me, Write, From henceforth blessed are the lifeless which die within the Lord: even so saith the Spirit; for they relaxation from their labours. Amen.

Revelation 14:13

THE BIDDING

By Dr David Hoyle MBE, Dean of Westminster (extract):

In grief and likewise in profound thanksgiving we come to this Home of God, to a spot of prayer, to a church the place remembrance and hope are sacred duties. Right here, the place Queen Elizabeth was married and topped, we collect from throughout the nation, from the Commonwealth, and from the nations of the world, to mourn our loss, to recollect her lengthy lifetime of selfless service, and in certain confidence to commit her to the mercy of God our maker and redeemer. With gratitude we keep in mind her loyal dedication to a excessive calling over so a few years as Queen and Head of the Commonwealth. With admiration we recall her life-long sense of obligation and dedication to her folks. With thanksgiving we reward God for her fixed instance of Christian religion and devotion. With affection we recall her love for her household and her dedication to the causes she held expensive. Now, in silence, allow us to in our hearts and minds recall our many causes for thanksgiving, pray for all members of her household, and commend Queen Elizabeth to the care and protecting of almighty God.

A quick silence is saved.

All sing:

THE DAY THOU GAVEST

The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended, the darkness falls at thy behest; to thee our morning hymns ascended, thy reward shall sanctify our relaxation.

We thank thee that thy Church unsleeping, whereas Earth rolls onward into gentle, by means of all of the world her watch is protecting, and rests not now by day or night time.

As o’er every continent and island the daybreak leads on one other day, the voice of prayer isn’t silent, nor dies the pressure of reward away.

The solar that bids us relaxation is waking our brethren ’neath the western sky, and hour by hour contemporary lips are making thy wondrous doings heard on excessive.

So be it, Lord! thy throne shall by no means, like Earth’s proud empires, move away; thy kingdom stands, and grows for ever, until all thy creatures personal thy sway.

John Ellerton (1826–93); St. Clement Scholefield (1839–1904)

THE FIRST LESSON

1 Corinthians 15: 20–26, 53–finish, learn by Baroness Scotland, Secretary-Basic of the Commonwealth

All stay seated because the choir sings:

THE PSALM

Psalm 42: 1–7, composed for this service by Judith Weir CBE

Like because the hart desireth the water-brooks: so longeth my soul after thee, O God.

My soul is athirst for God, yea, even for the dwelling God: when shall I come to look earlier than the presence of God?

My tears have been my meat day and night time: whereas they each day say unto me, The place is now thy God?

Now once I assume thereupon, I pour out my coronary heart on my own: for I went with the multitude, and introduced them forth into the home of God;

Within the voice of reward and thanksgiving: amongst comparable to preserve holy-day.

Why artwork thou so stuffed with heaviness, O my soul: and why artwork thou so disquieted inside me?

Put thy belief in God: for I’ll but give him thanks for the assistance of his countenance.

The Queen's funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey at 11am on Monday September 19, 2022

The Queen’s funeral will happen at Westminster Abbey at 11am on Monday September 19, 2022

THE SECOND LESSON

John 14: 1–9a, learn by Prime Minister Elizabeth Truss

All stand to sing:

THE LORD’S MY SHEPHERD

The Lord’s my shepherd, I’ll not need; he makes me right down to lie

in pastures inexperienced; he leadeth me

the quiet waters by.

My soul he doth restore once more,

and me to stroll doth make

inside the paths of righteousness,

e’en for his personal title’s sake.

The choir sings:

Yea, although I stroll by means of demise’s darkish vale, but will I concern none in poor health; for thou artwork with me, and thy rod

and employees me consolation nonetheless.

All sing:

My desk thou hast furnished in presence of my foes; my head thou dost with oil anoint, and my cup overflows.

Goodness and mercy all my life shall absolutely comply with me; and in God’s home for evermore my dwelling place shall be.

Psalm 23 in Scottish Psalter 1650 Crimond attributed to Jessie Seymour Irvine (1836–87), concord by David Grant (1833–93), descant by William Baird Ross (1871–1950)

THE SERMON

By the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby

All stay seated because the choir sings:

Queen Elizabeth waves from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Platinum Jubilee in June

Queen Elizabeth waves from the balcony of Buckingham Palace throughout the Platinum Jubilee in June

THE ANTHEM

My soul, there’s a nation

Far past the celebrities,

The place stands a winged sentry

All skilful within the wars:

There above noise, and hazard,

Candy Peace sits topped with smiles,

And One born in a manger

Instructions the beauteous recordsdata.

He’s thy gracious buddy,

And (O my soul, awake!)

Did in pure love descend,

To die right here for thy sake.

If thou canst get however thither,

There grows the flower of Peace,

The Rose that can’t wither,

Thy fortress, and thy ease.

Go away then thy silly ranges,

For none can thee safe,

However One who by no means adjustments,

Thy God, thy Life, thy Remedy.

Henry Vaughan (1621–95); from Songs of Farewell Hubert Parry (1848–1918)

THE PRAYERS

Led by Mark Birch, Minor Canon and Precentor, the Prayers are learn by:

Dr Iain Greenshields, Moderator of the Basic Meeting of the Church of Scotland;

Shermara Fletcher, Principal Officer for Pentecostal and Charismatic Relations, Church buildings Collectively in England;

Dame Sarah Mullally, Bishop of London and Dean of His Majesty’s Chapels Royal;

Canon Helen Cameron, Moderator of the Free Church buildings Group;

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster;

Stephen Cottrell, Archbishop of York

The choir sings Psalm 34:8 as composed for the Queen’s Coronation in 1953 by Ralph Vaughan Williams:

O style and see how gracious the Lord is, blest is the person that trusteth in him.

The Queen pictured with her son the new monarch King Charles during the Platinum Jubilee

The Queen pictured along with her son the brand new monarch King Charles throughout the Platinum Jubilee

THE LORD’S PRAYER

All stand to sing:

LOVE DIVINE, ALL LOVES EXCELLING

Love divine, all loves excelling,

pleasure of heaven, to earth come down,

repair in us thy humble dwelling,

all thy devoted mercies crown.

Jesu, thou artwork all compassion,

pure unbounded love thou artwork;

go to us with thy salvation,

enter each trembling coronary heart.

Come, almighty to ship,

allow us to all thy life obtain;

out of the blue return, and by no means,

by no means extra thy temples depart.

Thee we’d be at all times blessing,

serve thee as thy hosts above,

pray, and reward thee, with out ceasing, glory in thy good love.

End then thy new creation,

pure and spotless allow us to be;

allow us to see thy nice salvation,

completely restored in thee,

modified from glory into glory

until in heaven we take our place,

until we forged our crowns earlier than thee,

misplaced in marvel, love, and reward!

Charles Wesley (1707–88)

All stay standing for:

THE COMMENDATION

The Archbishop of Canterbury says:

Allow us to commend to the mercy of God, our maker and redeemer, the soul of Elizabeth, our late Queen.

Heavenly Father, King of kings, Lord and giver of life, who of thy grace in creation didst type mankind in thine personal picture, and in thy nice love offerest us life everlasting in Christ Jesus; claiming the guarantees of thy most blessed Son, we entrust the soul of Elizabeth, our sister right here departed, to thy merciful protecting, in certain and sure hope of the resurrection to everlasting life, when Christ shall be all in all; who died and rose once more to save lots of us, and now liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, in glory for ever. Amen.

O forth, O Christian soul, from this world, within the title of God the Father almighty, who created thee; within the title of Jesus Christ, Son of the dwelling God, who suffered for thee; within the title of the Holy Spirit, who was poured out upon thee and anointed thee. In communion with all of the blessed saints, and aided by the angels and archangels and all of the armies of the heavenly host, might thy portion this present day be in peace, and thy dwelling within the heavenly Jerusalem. Amen.

All stay standing because the choir sings:

THE ANTHEM

Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Neither demise, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor issues current, nor issues to return, nor top, nor depth, nor some other creature, shall be capable of separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Alleluia! Amen.

Romans 8:35a, 38b–finish, composed for this service by Sir James MacMillan

THE BLESSING

God grant to the dwelling grace; to the departed relaxation; to the Church, The King, the Commonwealth, and all folks, peace and harmony, and to us sinners, life eternal; and the blessing of God almighty, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, be amongst you and stay with you at all times. Amen.

All stay standing for:

THE LAST POST

REVEILLE

All sing:

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM

The Queen’s Piper, Pipe Main Paul Burns, performs Sleep, dearie, Sleep. All stay standing because the coffin leaves the church whereas sub-organist performs Fantasia in C minor

MUSIC AFTER THE SERVICE

Allegro maestoso (Sonata in G, Op 28) Sir Edward Elgar

 ST GEORGE’S CHAPEL, WINDSOR CASTLE, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2022, 4PM

Organ music earlier than service consists of works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Dame Ethel Smyth, Herbert Howells and Sir Edward Elgar. 

4pm, coffin enters. Bearer get together consists of senior royals as earlier, however not together with William’s youngsters. Contains senior courtiers from each Queen’s and Charles’s households. 

PSALM 121 

All then sit because the Choir sings: 

THE RUSSIAN CONTAKION OF THE DEPARTED 

THE BIDDING 

By the Dean of Windsor 

Extract: We pray that God will give us grace to honour her reminiscence by following her instance, and that, with our sister Elizabeth, on the final, we will know the fun of life everlasting. 

All stay standing. 

ALL MY HOPE ON GOD IS FOUNDED 

All my Hope on God is Based, by Robert Bridges, based mostly on the German of Joachim Neander (1650–80) 

THE READING 

Revelation 21.1–7, Learn by the Dean of Windsor 

Extract: I noticed a brand new heaven and a brand new earth: for the primary heaven and the primary earth had been handed away; and there was no extra sea. And I John noticed the holy metropolis, new Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, ready as a bride adorned for her husband. 

THE PRAYERS 

Learn by the Rector of Sandringham, the Minister of Crathie Kirk and the Chaplain of the Royal Chapel, Windsor Nice Park. 

All say collectively: 

THE LORD’S PRAYER 

All sit because the Choir sings: 

THE MOTET 

By John Donne (1572–1631) to music by Sir William Henry Harris, KCVO (1883–1973), someday Organist, St George’s Chapel 

All stand for the presentation, in silence, of the Devices of State, to be obtained by the Dean of Windsor, from the Queen’s Bargemaster and a Serjeant of Arms, who locations them on the Excessive Altar. 

CHRIST IS MADE THE SURE FOUNDATION 

Christ is Made the Certain Basis, from Latin seventh century translated by John M. Neale (1818-66) 

On the finish of the hymn, The Queen’s Firm Camp Color is positioned on the coffin by The King having obtained it from the Regimental Lieutenant Colonel Grenadier Guards. 

The Lord Chamberlain breaks his wand which is positioned upon the coffin. 

Queen Elizabeth II will be buried at St George's Chapel (pictured) in the grounds of Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth II will probably be buried at St George’s Chapel (pictured) within the grounds of Windsor Fort 

THE COMMITTAL 

Because the coffin is lowered, the Dean of Windsor says: 

THE PSALM 

Psalm 103, 13–17 

Garter King of Arms proclaims: 

THE STYLES AND TITLES OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II 

THUS it hath happy Almighty God to take out of this transitory life unto His Divine Mercy the late Most Excessive, Most Mighty, and Most Glorious Monarch, Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God of the UK of Nice Britain and Northern Eire and of Her different Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Religion, and Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. 

The Queen’s Piper performs a lament 

THE BLESSING 

Pronounced by the Archbishop of Canterbury 

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 

All stay standing. 

THE VOLUNTARY 

Prelude and Fugue in C Minor Johann Sebastian Bach

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