The Shining twins Lisa and Louise Burns queued to pay respects to the Queen as she lie in state

Shining twins Lisa and Louise Burns join a large number of people who queue for miles to lie in state at Westminster Hall before the Queen’s funeral.

Lisa and Louise Burns – the twins who played The Grady Girls in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film The Shining – were among a large number of people who lay in state at Westminster Hall in London last week to pay their respects to the Queen Standing in queue for hours.

The 54-year-old actresses took to their social media pages to share some pictures of themselves in front of some scenic spots in the UK capital as they stood in a five-mile line for hours.

Screen stars Lisa and Louise can be seen standing in front of Tower Bridge in one photo, while they captioned another saying they are ‘only hours’ away from bowing their heads in front of the late emperor’s coffin.

In state: Lisa and Louise Burns – twins who played The Grady Girls in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film The Shining – paid their respects to the Queen as she was in state in London last week

The psychological horror film The Shining also stars Jack Nicholson, in which the film tells the story of a family that stays in an isolated hotel for the winter where a sinister presence turns the father violent, while his psychotic son is terrified of both the past and the future. Foreshadowing sees.

Lisa and Lewis were two of several stars to join the queue to see the Queen’s coffin this week, along with stars including former footballer David Beckham, actress Tilda Swinton, musician James Blunt and television presenter Susannah Reid.

Britain halted today as millions gathered to watch the Queen’s funeral and bid her farewell from home, in pubs, at homes and at airports.

Storytelling: Psychological horror film The Shining tells the story of a family that stays in an isolated hotel for the winter where a sinister presence causes trouble

Storytelling: Psychological horror film The Shining tells the story of a family that stays in an isolated hotel for the winter where a sinister presence causes trouble

Waiting patiently: The 54-year-old actresses took to their social media pages to share some pictures of themselves in front of some scenic spots in the UK capital as they stood in a five-mile line

Waiting patiently: The 54-year-old actresses took to their social media pages to share some pictures of themselves in front of some scenic spots in the UK capital as they stood in a five-mile line

Mourners stopped on the road to watch the program on their phones as the reverence was displayed across the country.

Hundreds of thousands of people watched as the historic funeral took place on large outdoor screens in various locations across the UK – from London’s Hyde Park to Northern Ireland’s Coleraine Town Hall.

The congregation attending his funeral at Westminster Abbey, which included King Charles, the royal family and 2,000 VIPs including monarchs, kings and queens, prime ministers and presidents from around the world, bowed their heads during the silence.

Funeral: Britain halted today as millions gathered to watch the Queen's funeral and bid her last farewell

Funeral: Britain halted today as millions gathered to watch the Queen’s funeral and bid her last farewell

Regal: King Charles III and Camilla Queen Consort follow Queen Elizabeth II's coffin after service at Westminster Abbey

Regal: King Charles III and Camilla Queen Consort follow Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin after service at Westminster Abbey

Crowds gathered along the Long Walk in Windsor and in churches, public parks, city centers and government buildings also fell silent.

The funeral, which was dubbed the most-watched event in history, was witnessed by an estimated 4.1 billion people worldwide.

Her Majesty will be laid to rest in Windsor next to her beloved husband Prince Philip and their parents later today after being taken 20 miles from Hyde Park Corner.

The faces of the members of the huge crowd at The Mall, Whitehall and Parliament Square to bid farewell to the beloved monarch were filled with sorrow.

After the Service: The Coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in a royal standard and carried to Westminster Abbey, adorned with the Imperial State Crown and Sovereign's Orb and Scepter

After the Service: The Coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in a royal standard and carried to Westminster Abbey, adorned with the Imperial State Crown and Sovereign’s Orb and Scepter

Procession: Members of the armed forces march during the funeral procession of Queen Elizabeth II

Procession: Members of the armed forces march during the funeral procession of Queen Elizabeth II

The crowd applauded and applauded as the Queen passed by the coffin, and Big Ben walked a mile as the Queen circled the Queen Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace.

Members of the Royal Family, including King Charles III, stood poignantly behind, while other members of the Royal Family, including the Princess of Wales and her children George and Charlotte, watched the crowd as they passed them in vehicles.

The Queen died last Thursday at the age of 96 at her beloved Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

A man draped in the Union flag holds up a Paddington Bear and cries for the Queen at The Mall

A man draped in the Union flag holds up a Paddington Bear and cries for the Queen at The Mall

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