Prince George and Princess Charlotte stroll in Queen's funeral procession - CNN

both eldest infants of the Prince and Princess of Wales shaped a part of a procession with the royal family, following the coffin as it entered London's Westminster Abbey.

Their attendance become tested via Buckingham Palace Sunday evening with the free up of the order of carrier for the experience. The application listed the two Cambridge children, who're second and third in line to the British throne, among the royal procession at the back of the Queen's coffin.

George, aged 9, and Charlotte, 7, together with their parents, Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, are becoming a member of world leaders, politicians, public figures and European royals, as well as more than 500 dignitaries from around the world, in mourning Britain's longest-reigning monarch, who died on September 8 at the age of ninety six.

The siblings followed the coffin in the back of their parents and forward of their uncle and aunt, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Prince Louis, their four-yr-ancient more youthful brother, is not attending the funeral.

The service, which is expected to be attended via more than 2,000 guests, will consist of Bible readings and conventional hymns, as well as a sermon from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.

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