More than 100 cinemas and screens in parks will broadcast the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

This Monday will be the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth IIand will be rebroadcast by about 125 cinemas across the UKwhile screens will be installed in parks, squares and cathedrals to watch the ceremonial event, the government reported.

The funeral service at Westminster Abbey and related processions across London will also be broadcast live on television on the BBC, ITV and Sky, detailed the culture department in a statement.

p is expectedresidents, prime ministers and royals from around the world attend the funeral of the oldest monarch in the United Kingdom, who died on September 8 at the age of 96.

The British government declared the funeral as a holiday and could have a larger audience than other major events in recent British history, such as the Princess Diana’s funeral in 1997the 2012 London Olympics and royal weddings.

Admission to film screenings will be free and many theaters are already fully booked, the UK Cinema Association reported. (Reuters)

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