Pallbearers carry Edwards shrouded body, covered by an elaborately embroidered pall, upon a bier. Two bell-carrying acolytes in the lower part of the picture are accompanying the procession to the Abbey. To the rear of the funeral procession, Abbot Eadwine is leading a group of clerics in song and prayer. The lower part of this scene shows Edwards body lying in state in the great hall of the Royal Palace of Westminster. Baldwin, Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds is officiating as attendants prepare Edwards body for burial. In the upper part Harolds sister Queen Edith, Edwards wife, hears Edwards final words.