A special ceremony of remembrance for Queen Elizabeth II will take place at America's National Churchill Museum in Fulton.
The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. Monday and will highlight and honor the long-standing connections between the National Churchill Museum, Westminster College and the Royal Family.
The ceremony will take place at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury.
Tributes will be given by museum and college officials for Queen Elizabeth. Music will also be played on the 17th century pipe organ at the church.
Nancy Cleveland, of Fulton, will speak at the ceremony about the Queen's coronation at London in 1953. Cleveland was 14 when she attended the coronation.
The event is free to the public to attend. The ceremony will also be livestreamed on the Churchill Museum's YouTube channel and Facebook page, as well as the social media pages of Westminster.
The Churchill Museum currently has a special exhibition about the Queen, called "A Royal Legacy at America's National Churchill Museum." This exhibit contains rare items related to the Royal Family, such as a signed photo of Queen Elizabeth II and a chair used at her coronation in 1953.