Everything you need to know about Queen Elizabeth's lying in state

The queue to Queen Elizabeth's lying in state closed to new entrants on Sunday night, with the final mourner to view Her Majesty's coffin at 6.30am on Monday ahead of the state

funeral.  The line closed at 10.41pm and those who joined it minutes before faced an eight-hour wait to see the late Queen.  The Department for Digital, Culture, Media

and Sport (DCMS) said: "The queue to attend Her Majesty The Queen's Lying-in-State is at final capacity and is now closed to new entrants. Please do not attempt to join the queue.

Stewards will manage those already nearby. Thank you for your understanding". More than a million mourners have queued to see the late Queen's coffin over the course of the

four-day lying in state ceremony.  At its peak, the queue stretched 10 miles, beyond London Bridge to Southwark Park and had a wait time of 24 hours. Dozens of foreign

leaders and royals who have arrived in London ahead of the state funeral attended Westminster Hall on the final day to pay their respects to Her Majesty. The leaders

included Joe Biden, the US President, Emmanuel Macron, the French leader, Olena Zelenska, the First Lady of Ukraine, President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil and his wife Michelle

Bolsonaro, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, King Phillipe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium. The late Queen's grandchildren kept a historic vigil around her coffin on

Saturday, with the Duke of Sussex joining his brother the Prince of Wales in uniform.