On Monday the 19th of September, the late Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest in a state funeral that will be broadcasted across the world, drawing the 11-day-long funeral procession to a close.
The funeral is taking place almost a fortnight after Her Royal Highness suddenly passed away, aged 96.
Her passing comes mere months after Britain's longest serving monarch celebrated her Platinum Jubilee, marking her 70th year on the throne.
As per official reports, the Queen passed away "peacefully" in her sleep at her Scotland Estate, Balmoral Castle.
The Queen was surrounded by her family, including her children Princess Anne, King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort.
In the days following her passing, Queen Elizabeth's coffin was moved from Balmoral to Westminster Hall where it has lay in state for the past week.
Now, ahead of the final farewell to the late Queen, her body is being moved to Westminster Abbey where over 2,000 members of the public, the Royal family and officials will gather to celebrate her almost century-long life.
Below, behold everything you need to know about Queen Elizabeth II's royal funeral, including where to watch.
When Is Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral Taking Place?
Queen Elizabeth II's official state funeral is taking place at Westminster Abbey later today, Monday the 19th of September.
Earlier this week, the Queen's eight grandchildren, including William, Prince of Wales and Prince Harry gathered to host a vigil for their grandmother in Westminster Hall.
Their vigil took place after King Charles III and his three siblings gathered to pay respects to their late mother.
The Queen's coffin has also been available for public viewings, with many members of the British public queuing for over 12 hours outside Westminster Hall to view and pay their respects. One such member of the public was David Beckham, who waited in line for 12 hours to see the monarch's coffin.
The public viewing will conclude a few hours before the Queen's body will be transported to Westminster Abbey along with over 142 members of the Royal Navy and the Royal Family, including King Charles III.
What Will Happen During Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral?
As per official reports, the official service is set to be just under an hour in duration, with a two minute silence drawing the official proceedings to a close.
British priest and Dean of Westminster, David Hoyle, will be conducting the service, with the newly appointed Prime Minister Liz Truss also participating in the service by issuing a scripture reading.
There is no news of whether King Charles III or Prince William will be playing an official role during the service, however they will be taking part in the eight-minute Royal procession from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey.
Following the service, the Queen's body will be moved to St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, the same place where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed in 2018.
The Queen's coffin will make it's way down the Mall and pass Buckingham Palace before being transferred to a hearse and driven to Windsor Castle, where she will be buried.
Once her body reaches St George's chapel, a smaller memorial service will take place as Queen Elizabeth's body is lowered into her final resting place in the Royal Vault. Her body will be buried alongside her late husband, Prince Philip, her parents and her sister.
Where To Watch Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral In Australia?
Queen Elizabeth's funeral will be available to watch on all major Australian networks, and can be streamed online.
What Time Will Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral Commence In Australia?
Queen Elizabeth II's funeral will commence at 7:44PM AEST, which is when the coffin will leave Westminster Hall. At 8PM, the service will begin at Westminster Abbey and will reportedly last 55 minutes.