19 September 2022 | Paul Colston | CMW
Hundreds of global leaders gathered in London, 19 September, to mark the life and work of Queen Elizabeth II, as Britain honoured its late monarch with a state funeral watched by hundreds of millions around the world. Tens of thousands of members of the British public also gathered in London along the route of the funeral cortege to pay their last respects to the late Queen who died last week at the age of 96. Queen Elizabeth’s more than 70 years on the throne and “lifelong sense of duty and dedication to her people” were commemorated in a service in Westminster Abbey with 2,000 guests, before a more private committal service was held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
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