The Queen’s funeral has been held at Westminster Abbey where 2,000 guests, including presidents and prime ministers, paid their respects.
The service was broadcast live across the nation in churches and cathedrals, with millions more watching from around the world.
The sermon was delivered by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, who said in his sermon that the Queen had touched “a multitude of lives”.
He said few leaders had received the same outpouring of love and grief as witnessed in the days following the Queen’s death.
He invited leaders in attendance to follow the Queen’s example of servant leadership.
“The pattern for many leaders is to be exalted in life and forgotten after death,” the Archbishop said.
“Her late Majesty’s example was not set through her position or her ambition but through whom she…