Nancy Reagan will be lying in repose on Wednesday, March 9 and Thursday, March 10 in order to give the public time to pay their respects to the former First Lady who was such a huge inspiration. This is the closest to a “viewing” or “visitation” that the public will have in order to mourn Nancy’s passing and say goodbye, since Nancy Reagan’s funeral service will be private.
Nancy Reagan’s casket departed the funeral home on Wednesday, March 9, at 10 a.m. Pacific and arrived at the Reagan Library at approximately 11 a.m. Pacific (2 p.m. Eastern). Eight U.S. Secret Service agents were pallbearers: Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Kinnersley, Supervisory Special Officer Christopher Cousino, and Special Agents Thomas Feuerborn, Tim Yoshitake, Cory Chhiap, Steven Kulpaca, Nathan Judd, and Melanie Lentz.
Click through the gallery to see photos of the motorcade for Nancy Reagan's funeral procession, where people lined up for miles to pay their respects and salute the woman who helped change America. You will also see photos from the lying in repose ceremony itself, along with people who attended to say goodbye. We will update this story throughout the day on Wednesday and Thursday. (Getty)