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A hearse carrying Queen Elizabeth II to Windsor Castle moves slowly through the streets of London where thousands gather to say one last goodbye. The state funeral drawing to a close today - a poignant mark of remembrance and gratitude for the UK's longest-serving monarch.
Global leaders and dignitaries from US President Joe Biden to Emperor Naruhito of Japan gathered in Westminster Abbey for the funeral, described by government officials as the biggest international event the UK has held in decades, possibly ever.