6.30 a.m: Lying in Westminster Hall will end.
8 o’clock: The doors to Westminster Abbey, where the funeral will take place, open three hours earlier for the 2,000 invited guests.
10.35 a.m.: Her Majesty the Queen’s coffin will leave its current location at Westminster Hall, where HM is laid out, and travel to Westminster Abbey in the State Gun Carriage.
A procession passes through New Palace Yard, Parliament Square and the Broad Sanctuary and Sanctuary before reaching the Abbey.
It is led by King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Prince William and Prince Harry.
10:52 a.m.: The Queen’s coffin will arrive at Westminster Abbey.
11 clock: The Queen’s funeral begins.
11:55 a.m.: The funeral will end with the sounds of the Last Post.
12 o’clock: The UK will observe a two-minute silence at the end of the Queen’s funeral.
12:15 p.m.: After the funeral, the Queen’s coffin is transported from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch near Hyde Park Corner before continuing on to Windsor.
King Charles and members of the Royal Family walk behind the coffin to Wellington Arch, Parliament Square, Parliament Street, Whitehall, Horse Guards (including Horse Guards Arch and Horse Guards Road), The Mall, Queen’s Gardens, then Constitution Hill and Apsley Path.
13 o’clock: Shortly after this time, Her Majesty’s coffin is hauled by the State Gun Carriage to the State Hearse and transported from London to Windsor by an as yet unknown road.
3:15 p.m.: Now in Windsor, the final procession begins along the Long Walk to St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle at Shaw Farm Gate on Albert Road.
Once again there will be a trial by members of the royal family and the king behind the state hearse.
4 p.m.: The Queen’s coffin is carried into St George’s Chapel, where a televised service will be held by the Dean of Windsor.
19:30 o’clock: The Queen will be buried privately alongside Prince Philip in the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle.