Sadly, Queen Elizabeth II's long life has come to an end, and the time has come to lay her to rest.
After serving the British people and her Commonwealth kingdoms for seven decades, the monarch died on September 8 at the age of 96.
King Charles III, her eldest son and heir, is now the head of state of the United Kingdom and its dependencies, and Prince William is the new Prince of Wales.
To pay their respects to the late monarch, countless numbers of mourners have travelled to England.
The procession that brought the queen's coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where it has been lying in state for public inspection, was led by Charles, William, and Prince Harry on September 14. Up until her funeral on September 19 at Westminster Abbey, her sarcophagus will remain there.
As the funeral for Her Majesty begins on Monday, 2,000 individuals from all around the world will assemble, including members of the royal family, dignitaries, and politicians.
All around the nation, shops and businesses will be shuttered so that people can attend the funeral and properly grieve.
Since Justin Welby is the most senior member of the Church of England, he will preside over the celebration.
Her casket will be laid to rest after the funeral service in a green gun carriage, followed by troops from the Royal Navy.
After that, the queen's coffin is transported to Windsor Castle, where a committal service will be held in St. George's Chapel. The queen will be laid to rest with her late husband, Prince Philip, at Windsor following the ceremony.
Here’s all you need to know about the funeral on Monday.
What time will the service begin?
Her coffin will be brought from Westminster Hall to the Abbey for the ceremony, which will start promptly at 10:35 a.m. GMT (5:35 a.m. EST). The funeral is anticipated to start in earnest from 6 a.m. EST/11 a.m. GMT.
The general public will be able to view and stream the service in order to say goodbye to the queen for the last time.
Where can you watch the service on cable?
BBC One, BBC News and Sky News are televising the funeral all over the United Kingdom. The BBC will be hosting a live feed worldwide too.
Where can you stream the funeral?
ITV News will be streaming the funeral on YouTube.
The BBC is also adding their coverage live online, with anyone around the world able to view.
Who will be attending?
US Vice President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen are among the foreign guests who are anticipated to attend.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako of Japan, and others are also there.
Along with the current Prime Minister, Liz Truss, other government representatives and former British prime ministers will also attend.
The nations of Russia, Belarus, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Syria, and Venezuela were not invited.