Queen Elizabeth funeral: Key moments and details from the final farewell for Britain’s beloved monarch

THE MARGIN Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest on Monday in a grand state funeral service that drew heads of state from around the world to Westminster Abbey, as

well as up to a million mourners lining the streets of London.  The somber run of events, which included the pomp and ceremony befitting Britain’s longest-reigning monarch,

featured a royal procession carrying the queen’s lead-lined coffin across London, two minutes of national silence that grounded flights in and out of Heathrow Airport, and some

personal touches requested by the late monarch, herself.  The funeral services also mostly played out while many Americans were still asleep, beginning at around 5 a.m.

Eastern. For those who may have missed it, here are 10 of the most memorable moments from the final farewell for Queen Elizabeth that people will be talking about for years to

come.The State Gun Carriage of the Royal Navy carried the queen’s coffin through London At roughly 10:45 a.m. local time (5:45 a.m. Eastern) the queen’s coffin was carried

out of the Palace of Westminster and borne by the State Ceremonial Gun Carriage of the Royal Navy for two miles through London’s streets toward Westminster Abbey.