Crowds of Britons took to the streets on Monday (19) to finally bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving sovereign in the history of the United Kingdom. She died at age 96, exactly 11 days ago.
Queen Elizabeth’s coffin left towards Westminster Abbey for the official funeral of the head of state at around 6:40 am. Transport is provided by the Royal Navy carriage, built 123 years ago and driven by 98 sailors. In the procession, bagpipes can be heard.
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