Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was among world leaders attending Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey, where she was married and crowned.
Albanese leads Australian delegation as world farewells Queen
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was among more than 2000 people to attend the Queen’s funeral in London, along with the governor-general and a small delegation of Australians.
Arriving at Westminster Abbey, Albanese wore a suit by M.J. Bale, while his partner Jodie Haydon wore a dress by Karen Gee and a hat by Jane Lambert.
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The prime minister had earlier been among the estimated crowd of 750,000 people who viewed Queen Elizabeth’s coffin in Westminster Hall ahead of her state funeral.
“It was a very solemn occasion and it was very emotional, and you could feel the emotion from people as they were filing through,” he said.