Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest in Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel with a ceremonial breaking of the Lord Chamberlain’s “wand of office.”

The monarch’s coffin was transported to Windsor after a grand state funeral service at Westminster Abbey, which was the U.K.’s first since the state funeral for Winston Churchill in 1965. Up to a million mourners lined the streets of London to pay their respects to the country’s longest-serving monarch, who held the throne for seven decades.