Over 4.1bn people are expected to turn to their TVs and streaming services today to watch the Queen’s funeral from all over the world.
Hundreds of broadcasters are showing special programs and live streams of the event this morning with coverage of every minute from the moment Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin was taken from Westminster Hall through to when Her Majesty is laid to rest at Windsor Castle.
This is how to watch the Queen’s funeral live, online and on TV, from wherever you are.
How to stream Queen Elizabeth’s funeral:
In the States, viewers will be able to watch the live coverage on CBS, NBC, CNN, ABC, Fox News, and MSNBC on cable TV.
BBC America will also air the state funeral at Westminster Abbey, live and uninterrupted starting at 4:00 a.m. ET. Live coverage of the funeral will also be available on C-SPAN, C-SPAN Radio, C-SPAN.org and the C-SPAN Now app starting at 5:30am ET.
In the UK, live coverage will be televised on BBC One, BBC News, and Sky News. The BBC will also stream its coverage live online, accessible anywhere in the world. There will also be live streams on YouTube, including on ITV News’ channel and on Sky News’ YouTube.
BritBox, too, will have live streams of Good Morning Britain and the funeral.
Here’s the BBC stream: