Queen Elizabeth II: How to watch royal funeral live coverage

Her Majesty The Queen’s state funeral is scheduled to begin at 11am BST (3am Pacific) on Monday at Westminster Abbey and will be attended by heads of state, prime ministers, members of European royal families and other figures.

The service comes after standing for four days in London’s Westminster Hall. A procession will head to Westminster Abbey, with the Queen’s coffin carried on a carriage drawn by seafarers rather than horses. British military personnel will line the streets and some will join members of the royal family in the procession.

After the burial, the coffin will be taken via Wellington Arch to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, where a funeral service will be held, which will also be televised (4pm BST, 9am Pacific).

A private funeral service will follow with members of the royal family.

The Queen’s final resting place will be the King George VI Memorial Chapel alongside the remains of her mother, father and sister. The coffin of her late husband, Prince Philip, is brought from the Royal Vault to the Memorial Chapel to join that of the Queen.

The events are being broadcast as breaking news by major television networks and cable news channels. Here’s what the networks are planning.


KTLA features live coverage from 3am, hosted by Chris Schäuble, Eric Spillman and Royals pundit Patt Morrison from The Times, streaming on Watch KTLA 5.

cover on CBS will be moderated from London by Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell. The special program will be streamed on CBS News Live.

NBC’s Coverage begins at 2:30 p.m. and will be moderated by Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Lester Holt. The show can also be streamed on today.com and NBCNews.com.

On ABCDavid Muir and Robin Roberts will moderate coverage from London from 2:30pm

PBS Sokal will provide the BBC’s live coverage of the ceremonies from 1am on Monday, with 90 minutes of highlights in prime time at 8pm


BBC America provides eight hours of live coverage starting at 1am

Martha MacCallum will drop anchor Fox News Channels Live coverage from 1am MacCallum will be joined by Ainsley Earhardt and Piers Morgan. Coverage will be streamed live on Fox News Go.

Bloomberg TV’s Live coverage is scheduled from 2:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m

Anchors by Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett CNN‘s live coverage from 1am

C SPAN will be broadcast live from 2:30 a.m., streaming on the C-SPAN Now app and on a dedicated page on the C-SPAN website.

cover on MSNBC begins at midnight, anchored by Chris Jansing. At 2am, Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist are joined by Katty Kay for a special edition of Morning Joe from London. Andrea Mitchell, Katy Tur and Jansing will continue special coverage from 7am until the end of the public service.


Live streaming of BBC News coverage is available at BBC websitebbc.com/news.

BBC worldCarried on multiple local cable systems and on DirecTV and DishTV, it will provide full BBC coverage.

The streaming channel BritBox will stream live BBC coverage starting at 1:30am Pacific Time.

Sky news

Live streaming coverage will be available at Sky News website: news.sky.com.

Sky News is also available via on Peacock TV and on YouTube.

ITV News

Live streaming of ITV News is available on YouTube and via the ITV News website: itv.com/news.

channel 4

Channel 4 does not allow live streaming in the US, but offers videos and features from its coverage on its YouTube channel and website: channel4.com/news.

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