Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the Queens coffin ahead of tomorrow’s funeral

Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral is set to take place tomorrow, ten days after the monarch died in Balmoral Palace in Scottland.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other dignitaries are currently in London for the Queen’s funeral.

Canada’s delegation to London also includes Governor General Mary Simon, four former prime ministers as well as Canadian First Nations, Inuit and Metis leaders.

Trudeau visited Queen Elizabeth’s coffin lying-in-state at Westminster Hall in London yesterday.

Trudeau also signed a book of condolences for the queen before meeting with King Charles the Third.

Earlier yesterday, the King and Prince William honoured the patience of thousands of people huddled in the long line to view the queen’s coffin.

The Royal duo made an unannounced visit to greet the crowds of people who are waiting up to 16 hours to see the casket.

-With Files from the Canadian Press.

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