How to watch funeral of Queen Elizabeth II (very early) Monday morning

The Funeral of Her Majesty the Queen is set for Monday at 11 a.m. British Summer Time, or 3 a.m. Pacific, at Westminster Abbey.

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a symbol of stability in a turbulent era that saw the decline of the British empire and disarray in her own family, died last week after 70 years on the throne. She was 96.

Only 2,000 guests will be present at her service but millions will watch globally online or TV.

A procession will lead to Westminster Abbey, carrying the queen’s coffin on a gun carriage. After the funeral the coffin will be taken to St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle for a committal service, which will be televised.

The following coverage includes, in Pacific time:

PBS Socal will provide the BBC’s live coverage starting Monday at 1 a.m.
BBC America will offer eight hours of live coverage beginning at 1 a.m.
CNN‘s live coverage with Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett starts at 1 a.m.
NBC’s coverage starts at 2:30 a.m., anchored by Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Lester Holt. It can be streamed on today.com and NBCNews.com.
On ABC, David Muir and Robin Roberts will anchor live coverage from London, beginning at 2:30 a.m.
KTLA live coverage begins at 3 a.m. anchored by Chris Schauble and Eric Spillman and streaming on Watch KTLA 5.
Bloomberg TV’s live coverage is scheduled from 2:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m.
C-SPAN will have live coverage beginning at 2:30 a.m., with streaming on the C-SPAN Now app and on a special page on the C-SPAN website.
MSNBC coverage begins at midnight, anchored by Chris Jansing. At 2 a.m., Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist will be joined by Katty Kay for a special edition of “Morning Joe” from London.
Spectrum News’ coverage begin at 2:30 a.m. with Pat Kiernan, Bob Hardt, Jamie Stelter and Roger Clark.

Here is the schedule of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral service:

2:45 a.m. — funeral procession begins from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey. The first procession begins at Westminster Hall, moving through Parliament Square, before arriving at Westminster Abbey just before 3 am Pacific.
3 a.m. — funeral service begins at Westminster Abbey, followed by procession.
At 4:15 a.m., the procession will move through Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner, passing Parliament Street, Whitehall, Horse Guards, The Mall, Queen’s Gardens, Constitution Hill and Apsley Way.
The Queen’s coffin will be moved onto the State Hearse at around 5 a.m. Members of the Royal Family will then begin leaving for Windsor, ending the London activities.
At 9 a.m. Committal Service will take place in St. George’s Chapel, conducted by the Dean of Windsor.
A private burial will take place later in The King George VI Memorial Chapel.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report