Britain is to hold a one-minute silence in honour of the late Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday night at 8pm. People will be invited to come together to “mourn and reflect on the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II” during a minute’s silence on Sunday, No 10 has confirmed.
The official spokesman for the Prime Minister said: “At 8pm on Sunday 18 September, the night before the state funeral, there will be a one-minute silence where the public are invited to come together and observe a national moment of reflection to mourn and reflect on the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II.
For all of the latest updates, sign up for OK!'s Royal newsletter. “The silence can be marked privately at home on your own or with friends and neighbours, out on your doorstep or street with neighbours, or at any locally arranged community events and vigils. “We encourage local community groups, clubs and other organisations to mark this moment of reflection.Read more on ok.co.uk