The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be performed today. During this, heads of state, President, Prime Minister, representatives of different countries of the world have reached London to pay tribute to him. Millions of people had gathered on Sunday itself to have the last glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II. Today this crowd may increase further.According to the report, there is a long line of more than 8 kilometers for his last darshan. In this, about 4000 people are seeing the last darshan of the queen every hour. The body of the Queen is currently kept in Westminster Hall of Parliament. Today, the process of cremation will start after removing his body from here and he will be handed over to him as per the schedule.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) said Monday has been declared a public holiday in the UK and several public places have been marked in London as crowds gather for funerals. "Massive screens have been installed across the country including London's Hyde Park, Sheffield's Cathedral Square, Birmingham's Centenary Square, Carlisle's Bites Park, Edinburgh's Holy Rood Park and Coleraine Town Hall in Northern Ireland," the DCMS said.