More than 100 world leaders, including President Biden, attended the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, and Britons lined the streets for a procession that took her to her final resting place at Windsor Castle.
After a funeral service for the queen at Westminster Abbey and a procession across central London, her coffin has been transferred to Windsor Castle, outside the capital.
Among those invited to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral are almost 200 people who were honored for various forms of public service this year.
The late monarch will lie in state in Westminster for four days.
Thousands of mourners are expected to pass by Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh.
In Commonwealth nations with British colonial histories, Queen Elizabeth’s death is rekindling discussions about a more independent future.
India declared a day of mourning, but the British colonial era evokes uncomfortable memories.
She ruled for seven decades, unshakably committed to the rituals of her role amid epic social and economic change and family scandal.
Buckingham Palace said the queen, who was 96, died peacefully at Balmoral Castle, her estate in the Scottish Highlands. Her son became Britain’s new monarch, King Charles III.