Queen's funeral: Who's in the procession - and who will walk behind the coffin?

Queen Elizabeth II's funeral is set to be one of the grandest events in living memory. But while the ceremony itself on September 19 will be spectacular, the pomp and

splendour remembering and celebrating her late Majesty will continue outside Westminster Abbey too.  A full display of military and Royal family members will give the late

monarch a final farewell from London ahead of her burial in Windsor.  Here's what we can expect from the final funeral procession. Where and when is the funeral

procession?  There are three key processions on the day of the funeral, either side of the Westminster Abbey service. 10.45am: Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey Midday:

Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch 3pm: Long Walk to Windsor Castle Westminster Abbey procession: who will walk behind the coffin?  The King will once again lead his family in

marching behind the Queen’s coffin when it is moved, at 10.44am on Monday, from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey for the Queen’s funeral service. The Queen’s coffin

will be carried during the procession on a 123-year-old gun carriage towed by 98 Royal Navy sailors in a tradition dating back to the funeral of Queen Victoria. The

procession will arrive at the west gate of Westminster Abbey at 10.52am.