Members of the royal family will be in attendance, including Queen Elizabeth's children—King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. All of the queen's grandchildren are expected to attend as well, including Prince William and Prince Harry, along with their spouses, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Meanwhile, other major political figures are confirmed to be in attendance, including U.S. president Joe Biden.
According to the royal family site, others who will be present at the service include: “Heads of State and Overseas Government Representatives, including Foreign Royal Families, Governors General and Realm Prime Ministers. Other representatives of the Realms and the Commonwealth, the Orders of Chivalry including recipients of the Victoria Cross and George Cross, Government, Parliament, devolved Parliaments and Assemblies, the Church, and Her Majesty’s Patronages will form the congregation, along with other public representatives.”
Meanwhile, the nearly 200 people who were recognized during the queen's birthday festivities earlier this year have also been invited. Per People, it is estimated that the congregation will amount to about 2,000 guests.