Where to watch the late Queen's funeral in London: best viewing points and public screens

The state funeral for the late Queen will take place in London on Monday. The event will see around 500 dignitaries from across the world come to pay their last respects

to the long-reigning monarch. They will join members of the Royal family, UK prime ministers past and present, and key figures from public life at Westminster Abbey - the

historic church that can hold around 2,000 people - at 11am on Monday. Although all processions will be broadcast on TV and radio, organisers are also expecting an influx of

royal well-wishers into central London, Windsor and along the route. Those wising to take in the atmosphere of the day can watch the funeral procession from one of the

official viewing areas along the route or televised live on one of a number of big screens placed around London.Where are the viewing areas to see the funeral

procession? Mourners are able to view the late Queen’s funeral procession in person at eight dedicated viewing areas.  The ceremonial viewing areas on the first part of

the route - from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch - are as follows: Whitehall (East), Parliament Street (East), and Bridge Street Whitehall (West), Parliament Street

(West), and Great George Street Horse Guards Parade ground Green Park side of The Mall (accessible viewing places available) St James’s Park side of The Mall and Horse Guards Road

(accessible viewing places available) Constitution Hill After reaching Wellington Arch, Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin will then be transferred to the State Hearse to travel to

Windsor and carried along South Carriage Drive, where there will be another viewing area running along the southern edge of Hyde Park.