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Funérailles de la reine: la procession d’État verra Elizabeth II se souvenir du service de l’abbaye de Westminster – dernières mises à jour | Reine Elizabeth II

A woman and her younger female companion became the last to join the lineup to see the Queen lying in state when a steward handed her a wristband.

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“You are the last person in the queue,” he told her, according to footage shown on Sky News on Sunday night.

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The woman said “Bless you” and received a round of applause from stewards and other people waiting as she filed through the cordon to tyake her place.

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Her relief was mirrired by groans from those just behind her who were turned away.

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“I’m absolutely gutted,” said one disappointed mourner.

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Here is a guide to today’s events. All times are BST.

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6.30am – The Queen’s lying-in-state will end

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The lying-in-state, in which the Queen’s closed coffin has been on view to the public at Westminster Hall since Wednesday, will come to an end.

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8am – Westminster Abbey opens

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Westminster Abbey will open to the congregation attending the Queen’s funeral. The funeral, which will be one of the largest gathering of heads of states and royalty the UK has hosted in decades, will include European royal families and world leaders.

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10.30am – Queen’s coffin carried to the Abbey

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The coffin will be carried by the gun carriage from Westminster Hall to the Abbey, being towed by 142 sailors from the Royal Navy. King Charles III, joined by royal family members as well as members of the royal household, will follow the coffin.

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10.52am – Procession arrives at Westminster Abbey

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The procession will arrive at the West Gate of Westminster Abbey, and the bearer party, which is made up by members of the Queen’s guard, will carry the coffin from the gun carriage.

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11am – Service begins

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The service, which will be led by the dean of Westminster, Dr David Hoyle, will begin. The sermon will be delivered by the archbishop of Canterbury.

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11.55am The last post

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The last post will be played, and will be followed by a two-minute silence.

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Noon – State funeral service ends

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The national anthem will be played, bringing the state funeral service to a close. The coffin will then be carried to the state gun carriage.

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12:15pm – Coffin procession to Wellington Arch

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The procession, led by the King, will be made up of several groups, with each accompanied by a service band. These groups include representatives from the NHS, members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as detachments from the Armed Forces of the Commonwealth. Guns will be fired every minute in Hyde Park by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery, while Big Ben will toll every minute as the procession makes its way through the streets.

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1pm – Coffin placed in the state hearse

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The procession will arrive at Wellington Arch, and the bearer party will transfer the coffin to the hearse before the car leaves for Windsor. There will also be a royal salute, and the national anthem will be played.

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3.06pm – Arrival at Windsor

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The hearse will arrive in Windsor and join a procession up Long Walk to Windsor Castle. It will be joined by the King and members of the royal family before moving to St George’s Chapel for the committal service.

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4pm – Committal service begins

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The committal service begins in St George’s Chapel attended by around 800 people, including the King, the royal family, Commonwealth leaders, governors-general and mourners from the Queen’s household past and present, including personal staff from across her private estates. It will be conducted by the dean of Windsor with a blessing by the archbishop of Canterbury. The Queen’s coffin will then be lowered into the royal vault.

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7.30pm – Private burial service

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A private service conducted by the Dean of Windsor, attended just by the King and the royal family. The Queen’s coffin will be laid to rest at St George’s chapel, alongside Prince Phillip and her parents, King George VI and the Queen Mother.

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After 10 days of official mourning, the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II takes place in London today.

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It will be a day of ceremony and tradition – as well as one of the largest gatherings of heads of state and other world leaders witnessed in years.

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The last of those queueing to see the Queen lying in state in Westminster Hall will pass by the catafalque at 6.30am BST. That will bring to an end days that saw queues of up to 5 miles (8km) winding along the Thames as members of the public came to pay their respects.

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This live blog will cover all the events of the day. Here is how some other Guardian readers are planning to spend it:

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les évènements clés

Le dernier en ligne

Une femme et sa jeune compagne sont devenues les dernières à rejoindre la file d’attente pour voir la reine allongée en état lorsqu’un steward lui a remis un bracelet.

“Tu es la dernière personne dans la file d’attente,” lui dit-il, selon des images diffusées sur Sky News dimanche soir.

La femme a dit « À tes souhaits » et a reçu une salve d’applaudissements de la part des stewards et d’autres personnes qui attendaient alors qu’elle défilait à travers le cordon pour prendre sa place.

Des barrières ont été mises en place pour contrôler la file d’attente près de Tower Bridge après le passage des dernières personnes en deuil. Photographe : Nariman El-Mofty/AP

Son soulagement était reflété par les gémissements de ceux qui se trouvaient juste derrière elle et qui avaient été refoulés.

“Je suis absolument dégoûté”, a déclaré une personne en deuil déçue.

La file d’attente pour voir le cercueil de la reine étant désormais fermée, les dernières personnes en deuil passeront par Westminster Hall dans un peu moins de deux heures.

Le ministère du numérique, de la culture, des médias et des sports a déclaré après 22h30 dimanche soir que les dernières personnes avaient été admises dans la file d’attente.

Les personnes en deuil bordent la rive sud de la Tamise en attendant de rendre hommage à Westminster Hall dimanche soir.
Les personnes en deuil bordent la rive sud de la Tamise en attendant de rendre hommage à Westminster Hall dimanche soir. Photographe : Jack Dredd/REX/Shutterstock
La file d'attente pour Westminster Hall vue depuis la fenêtre du doyenné de la cathédrale de Southwark.
La file d’attente pour Westminster Hall vue depuis la fenêtre du doyenné de la cathédrale de Southwark. Photographe : Jill Mead/Le Gardien
Les personnes en deuil font la queue pour rendre un dernier hommage à la reine dimanche soir.
Les personnes en deuil font la queue pour rendre un dernier hommage à la reine dimanche soir. Photographe : Jack Dredd/REX/Shutterstock

“La file d’attente pour assister à l’exposition de Sa Majesté la Reine est à pleine capacité et est désormais fermée aux nouveaux entrants”, a indiqué le département.

“Veuillez ne pas essayer de rejoindre la file d’attente. Les stewards géreront ceux déjà à proximité.
Merci pour votre compréhension.”

Que va-t-il se passer aujourd’hui ?

Voici un guide des événements d’aujourd’hui. Toutes les heures sont BST.

06h30 – Fin de la parade nuptiale de la Reine

La mise en état, dans laquelle le cercueil fermé de la reine est exposé au public à Westminster Hall depuis mercredi, prendra fin.

8h00 – Ouverture de l’abbaye de Westminster

L’abbaye de Westminster sera ouverte à la congrégation assistant aux funérailles de la reine. Les funérailles, qui seront l’un des plus grands rassemblements de chefs d’État et de membres de la royauté que le Royaume-Uni ait organisés depuis des décennies, comprendront des familles royales européennes et des dirigeants mondiaux.

10h30 – Transport du cercueil de la Reine à l’Abbaye

Le cercueil sera transporté par le chariot de canon de Westminster Hall à l’abbaye, remorqué par 142 marins de la Royal Navy. Le roi Charles IIIrejoints par des membres de la famille royale ainsi que des membres de la maison royale, suivront le cercueil.

10h52 – Arrivée du cortège à l’abbaye de Westminster

Le cortège arrivera à la porte ouest de l’abbaye de Westminster et le groupe de porteurs, composé de membres de la garde de la reine, portera le cercueil du chariot de canon.

11h – Début du service

Le service, qui sera dirigé par le doyen de Westminster, le Dr David Hoyle, commencera. Le sermon sera prononcé par l’archevêque de Cantorbéry.

11h55 Le dernier message

Le dernier message sera diffusé et sera suivi d’un silence de deux minutes.

Midi – Fin des funérailles nationales

L’hymne national sera joué, mettant fin aux funérailles nationales. Le cercueil sera ensuite transporté jusqu’à l’affût d’armes de l’État.

12h15 – Procession du cercueil vers l’arche de Wellington

Le cortège, conduit par le Roi, sera composé de plusieurs groupes, chacun accompagné d’une fanfare de service. Ces groupes comprennent des représentants du NHS, des membres de la Gendarmerie royale du Canada, ainsi que des détachements des Forces armées du Commonwealth. Des coups de feu seront tirés à chaque minute à Hyde Park par la King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery, tandis que Big Ben sonnera à chaque minute alors que le cortège se fraye un chemin dans les rues.

13h – Cercueil déposé dans le corbillard d’État

Le cortège arrivera à Wellington Arch et le groupe de porteurs transférera le cercueil au corbillard avant que la voiture ne parte pour Windsor. Il y aura également un salut royal et l’hymne national sera joué.

15h06 – Arrivée à Windsor

Le corbillard arrivera à Windsor et se joindra à une procession jusqu’à Long Walk to Windsor Castle. Il sera rejoint par le roi et les membres de la famille royale avant de se déplacer à la chapelle Saint-Georges pour le service d’inhumation.

16h00 – Début du service d’engagement

Le service de dépôt commence dans la chapelle Saint-Georges en présence d’environ 800 personnes, dont le roi, la famille royale, les dirigeants du Commonwealth, les gouverneurs généraux et les personnes en deuil du passé et du présent de la maison de la reine, y compris le personnel personnel de ses domaines privés. Il sera dirigé par le doyen de Windsor avec la bénédiction de l’archevêque de Cantorbéry. Le cercueil de la reine sera ensuite descendu dans le caveau royal.

19h30 – Service funéraire privé

Un service privé dirigé par le doyen de Windsor, en présence uniquement du roi et de la famille royale. Le cercueil de la reine reposera dans la chapelle St George, aux côtés du prince Phillip et de ses parents, le roi George VI et la reine mère.

Résumé d’ouverture

Après 10 jours de deuil officiel, les funérailles de Reine Elizabeth II a lieu aujourd’hui à Londres.

Ce sera une journée de cérémonie et de tradition – ainsi que l’un des plus grands rassemblements de chefs d’État et d’autres dirigeants mondiaux depuis des années.

Le dernier de ceux qui font la queue pour voir la reine allongée dans le Westminster Hall passera devant le catafalque à 6h30 BST. Cela mettra fin à des jours qui ont vu des files d’attente allant jusqu’à 8 km s’enrouler le long de la Tamise alors que les membres du public venaient rendre hommage.

Ce blog en direct couvrira tous les événements de la journée. Voici comment certains autres lecteurs du Guardian envisagent de le dépenser :

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