Knowing proper funeral etiquette for a traditional British funeral can help you express your sympathy and show your support for the bereaved family during this difficult time.
It may also help you feel more comfortable at the funeral itself, as these can be tricky social situations.
This is a guide to funeral etiquette for immediate family members, extended family, friends and other associates attending a funeral.
Even if you’ve been to a funeral before, the protocol may be different this time. Or, perhaps you may need to refresh your memory of traditional British funeral etiquette.
This article covers the following key topics:
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