From the pub, on the big screen, and in private viewing, find out how people around the world watched the Queen’s state funeral.
Tens of thousands traveled to London and Windsor for the funeral, while people from South Africa, Nepal and Japan listened to see the service at Westminster Abbey.
Members of the royal family, world leaders, politicians and heads of state were among those in attendance to bid farewell to the Queen after 70 years as monarch.
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The funeral was live-streamed on screens across Japan, including pubs in the Tokyo area and Shibuya.
A Buddhist monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal, held a prayer session to mark the Queen’s funeral.
While in China’s capital, residents gathered for a private live viewing of the service to bid a final farewell to the Queen.
In Washington DC, USA, Americans gathered to watch the procession at a British pub called The Queen Vic.
In Cape Town, South Africa, people gathered on the waterfront to watch the funeral on the big screen.
While a group of people gather to watch a service at Belfast City Hall in Northern Ireland.