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How to Watch the Queen’s Funeral on TV in the US: Start Times and Schedule

The possibility of watching the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on TV was announced.

After the Queen’s death at 96, it was announced on Thursday (September 8) that a state funeral would be held on Monday (September 19) at Westminster Abbey.

As one of his first acts following his proclamation as the new monarch, King Charles III declared the day of the funeral a public holiday and a national day of mourning for the people of Great Britain.

After lying in Westminster Hall where the public can pay tribute, the Queen will then be transferred to Windsor Castle for burial at St. George.

She will be buried with her husband, Prince Philip, who died in April 2021.

How to watch a funeral in the USA

US-based Royal fans will be able to follow the course of events on the Sky News YouTube channel. Washington Post He also covered the events of the Queen’s death extensively on his YouTube channel.

Other live YouTube sources available to US viewers include: Independent, BBC, DW News, GuardianITV news and some local US TV stations.

(Getty’s Pictures)

ABC News Live has several live broadcasts showing the aftermath of the Queen’s death.

The funeral is expected to be covered by cable TV news stations CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.

For information on viewing a funeral in the UK, click here.

Follow the latest post-Queen Elizabeth II updates here.


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