Some key moments of Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral 

Avtar Singh Cheema

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Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral was a historic moment, witnessed by the largest gathering of world leaders. 

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The Queen's was the first state funeral Britain had seen since the leader Winston Churchill passed away in 1965. 

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It was merrymaking of the late monarch's life and a reminder of the many parts she held. 

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Britain's longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II's funeral began at the Westminster Abbey in London.

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Queen will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel. 

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Members of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards carried Queen Elizabeth II's coffin. 

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The guards placed the coffin on the state gun carriage, which was last seen in 1979. 

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It was the first time when the children of Prince William and Princess Catherine appeared in public. 

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The Queen was the head of state of 15 independent countries.

She was also the supreme governor of the Church of England, the commander in chief of one of the world's biggest militaries, and the head of one of the world's most well-known royal families. 

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