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- Thursday, 15 September 2022, 1:59PM
While Queen Elizabeth is laid to rest in a state funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday, Rod Stewart's wife will be working at the historic event as a Special Constable.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Penny Lancaster - who was inspired to join the police after she had a taste of life on the beat through a reality TV series she took part in - said she feels "very proud" to be working alongside her colleagues to support the police's effort amid the monarch's passing.
The mum-of-two said: "It was a great privilege to work at the Queen's memorial service at St. Paul's Cathedral on Friday. I signed the oath of Office of Constable to Her Majesty the Queen just over a year ago, April last year.
"I have extreme pride to serve on the streets of London on Friday and I will be again on Wednesday when the Queen's cortege and on Monday, which is a historic moment I'll be very proud to be at."
The model also spoke of her love for King Charles III who she worked alongside closely with The Prince's Trust charity.
She also recalled dancing with the then Prince Charles and her husband.
Her Majesty will be laid to rest at Westminster Abbey at 11am on Monday 19 September (10pm NZST on Monday 19 September).
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