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MANY shops are choosing to shut on the day of Queen Elizabeth ll's funeral.

Greggs has recently decided what action it will be taking to properly mourn the loss of Her Majesty.

Is Greggs open on the day of the funeral? 

Greggs will close its doors to pastry lovers on Monday, September 19.

It comes as several other major supermarkets and retails have decided to close their doors on the day of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.

It will be closing all its 2,000 UK outlets.

However, some smaller outlets run by franchise partners can decide whether or not to remain open.


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A spokesperson for Greggs said: "To give our colleagues the opportunity to pay their respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Greggs shops will be closed on Monday 19th September.

"A small number of our shops, operated by our franchise partners, may remain open. Thanks for your understanding."

Who else is shutting? 

Aldi, Asda, Lidl, M&S, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose will also shut their largest stores on the day Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest.

Online deliveries will also be affected and many customers will be forced to reschedule their food orders.

ASOS confirmed today that customers deliveries will be paused as a mark of respect for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral next week.

Primark will close all its shops next Monday for the Queen's funeral.

All of the high street giant's 191 stores will be closed on Monday, September 19, as a mark of respect.

All 770 Poundland stores will shut to customers on Monday.

Marks & Spencer is to close all of its store and pause its delivery services.

A small number of stores in the London area will remain open so mourners in the capital can grab a drink or a bite to eat.

The John Lewis Partnership said it will shut John Lewis department stores and Waitrose supermarkets all day for the funeral.

Hardware giant B&Q is also closing all of its store.

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But over the festive period, Brits will get two consecutive days off thanks to the way Christmas falls.

December 26 is a day of rest thanks to Boxing Day, and December 27 has been subbed in as a Bank Hol as Christmas Day falls on a Sunday.

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