Queen Elizabeth II will be honoured with a full state funeral at Westminster Abbey next week, in a ceremony that will be televised across the world.
Nearly 500 dignitaries from around the world are set to descend on London to pay their last respects to the long-reigning monarch alongside members of the Royal family.
While the public will be able to follow the funeral procession from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle, only invited guests will be allowed inside the service itself.
Anyone wishing to watch the event will be able to follow the ceremony on television – and we have all the details you need to know.
When is the Queen’s funeral?
How can I watch the late monarch’s funeral?
As the late Queen will have a state funeral, the service will be broadcast on television so that members of the public are able to watch too.
Will the funeral service be shown on television and what channel will broadcast it?
The funeral will be televised on BBC One, BBC News and will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer. The day’s full schedule is yet to be confirmed, however.
Sky News has confirmed its broadcast schedule for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, with live coverage throughout the day available for free on Sky News and the Sky News App, YouTube and on Freeview.