Queen lying in state: wait time to see coffin now 19 hours as King and siblings end vigil – live

LIVE – Updated at 22:03 King, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward will watch over coffin for 15 minutes. Waiting time down from 22

hours to 19.5 22:03 The wait time to see the Queen’s coffin is now at least 19.5 hours, according to the government tracker (down from 22 hours). Entry to the queue is

now at Southwark park. The tracker is also warning of cold temperatures.   21:53 This was a little earlier, when Charles – visiting Wales – was heckled on

the cost of “his parade”.   21:48 Prime minister Liz Truss will meet with a number of world leaders including US president Joe Biden, Irish taoiseach Micheál

Martin and Canadian premier Justin Trudeau when they visit Britain for the Queen’s funeral. A No 10 spokesperson said Truss will meet privately with Anthony Albanese and

Jacinda Ardern, the premiers of Australia and New Zealand, at the government’s Chevening country residence on Saturday. (Chevening, which Truss had as a retreat when she

was foreign secretary, is being used rather than Chequers, as the prime ministerial country residence is undergoing maintenance.)   21:20   20:41

As mentioned below earlier (see 8:08pm) football paid tribute to the Queen before kickoffs tonight in the Premier League and Women’s Super League. One of the minutes’

silence was at Villa Park, home to Aston Villa, before their game against Southampton. It followed a singing of the national anthem by Laura Wright, which was backed loudly by

both sets of fans.