Soldiers rehearse in Windsor before Queen’s funeral

Soldiers rehearse in windsor before queen’s funeral

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Marching bands and Grenadier Guards have taken part in early-morning rehearsals in Windsor. After the state funeral service at Westminster Abbey, the late monarch’s coffin will be driven from London to the Berkshire town. The hearse will then travel in procession to St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle via the Long Walk, which will be lined by members of the armed forces.

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