We watched it as it was something me & hubby probably won't see again . (And it was either that or watching hubbys horrible sci-fi or horror films he's recorded all day).I am just like @Thehooperman , not interested in the whole thing at all, but........I watched a little this morning as I was up early, when the Queen was taken into the Abbey....then I turned over to food network.
The carer had a lie-in, got up and made us coffee, & said 'let's see how the queen's getting on'.....it was just coming to the end of the first service.... and we watched the lot from them on, it was very interesting & moving....the carer said that it's something we won't see again in our lifetime, but I think we might. King Charles III is already 73, so our generation may be the only generation to see 2 royal monarchs funerals.
I was more interested in watching the blues & royals on the horses , as my nephew used to ride in the processions (I could never make out which one was him though , as they all looked the same) , and willing the horses not to play up.
Most touching part, which got me in tears, was seeing the 2 corgis watching the procession, just after seeing the queens pony watching on.