So far, 14 presidents and 5 prime ministers have confirmed
From the American president Joe Biden with his wife Jill to the Italian president Sergio Mattarella, from the president of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeir to the president of the European Council Charles Michel. And then there are the rulers and the former, as well as the premieres and heads of institutions. There is a long list of leaders who will be in London next Monday, the 19th, to attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. There are also leaders who have been invited, such as UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, but who have not yet accepted the invitation.
At the moment, at least fourteen presidents and five prime ministers have confirmed their presence at the funeral ceremony. Then there are the kings and former rulers.
Among the presidents, in addition to Biden, Mattarella and Steinmeir confirmed their presence Alexander Van Der Bellen, Austrian president, Gitanas Nauseda, president of Lithuania, Ranil Wickremesinghe, president of Sri Lanka, Yoon Suk-yeol president of South Korea. C ‘is then the president of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro, the Polish Andrzej Duda, the Latvian Egils Levits, Paula Mae Weekes president of Trinidad and Tobago, the president of Finland Sauli Niinisto, the Hungarian president Katalin Novak and the Irish president Michael Higgins.
The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin, the Palestinian Mohammad Shtayyeh, the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern, the Australian Antony Albanese will be at the funeral of Elizabeth.
As rulers, the funeral ceremony will be attended by the king of Spain Felipe VI and his wife Letizia, but also the former sovereign Juan Carlos I with his wife Sofia. Then there will be the kings of Belgium, King Philip and Queen Matilda, the Dutch king William Alexander and Queen Maxima.