President Draupadi Murmu will visit London, and attend Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

Before the funeral, the Queen's body will be kept in Westminster Hall for four days so that people can pay their last respects by paying their last respects. His body reached London from Scotland on Tuesday evening.

New Delhi: President Draupadi Murmu will visit the United Kingdom to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. President Draupadi Murmu will visit London on 17-19 September 2022 to offer condolences on behalf of the Government of India. The Queen's funeral will take place on 19 September at Westminster Abbey. Hundreds of heads of state are expected to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. This day has been declared a public holiday in Britain. US President Joe Biden will also attend the Queen's funeral. At the same time, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will also visit London.


The body will be kept at Westminster Hall for four days.

The Queen's body will be kept at Westminster Hall for four days before the funeral so that people can pay their last respects by paying their last respects. His body reached London from Scotland on Tuesday evening. His coffin will be placed at Buckingham Palace for the final night. The Queen's coffin will be kept at Westminster Hall for four days from Wednesday and will be cremated on Monday. The Queen died last Thursday at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle. She was ruling Britain for 70 years.


The Queen's coffin was accompanied by her daughter Princess Anne.

When the Queen's coffin was flown from Edinburgh Airport for London, the national anthem was played there. The Queen's coffin was accompanied by her daughter, Princess Anne, who has flown from Edinburgh to London on a Royal Air Force (RAF) aircraft. The plane that brought the Queen's coffin has been used in the past for humanitarian aid.


The Queen's coffin was taken to Buckingham Palace

The Queen's coffin was taken by road to Buckingham Palace in central London as soon as the plane landed at the RAF's Northhalt air base in west London. King Charles III, who was visiting Northern Ireland on Tuesday, had already arrived at the royal residence with his wife Camilla to receive the coffin. There was a guard of salute from the RAF before the coffin reached London and was sent to Buckingham Palace.