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Queen’s funeral: Queen consort Camilla looks sombre in all black

The new Queen consort Camilla reduce a sombre determine immediately as she joined the Princess of Wales to attend her mother-in-law’s funeral.

Her Royal Highness, 75, sported all black ensemble as she entered Westminster Abbey alongside Kate Middleton, Prince George, 9 and Princess Charlotte, seven. 

Camilla’s husband, King Charles III, led the funeral procession strolling behind the coffin together with his brothers Princes Edward and Andrew,  sister Princess Anne and sons Princes William and Harry. 

The supportive Queen Consort Camilla, 75, sported all black as she entered Westminster Abbey alongside King Charles III, 73, forward of his mom’s funeral 

Camilla was greeted by the members of the Church, on the steps of Westminster Abbey ahead of today's historical ceremony

 Camilla was greeted by the members of the Church, on the steps of Westminster Abbey forward of immediately’s historic ceremony  

King Charles III and his grief-stricken household surrounded the Queen’s coffin at her state funeral in Westminster Abbey in a transferring and majestic farewell to the late monarch immediately.

Her Majesty made her closing and saddest journey to Westminster Abbey from Westminster Hall as Britain mourned its longest-serving monarch and the royals bade goodbye to a beloved mom, grandmother and great-grandmother.

Her coffin was positioned near the altar together with her crown, orb and sceptre on its prime surrounded by flowers chosen by the King from gardens she liked. The Archbishop of Canterbury then hailed the Queen’s ‘considerable life and loving service’ as he delivered the sermon at her state funeral, including: ‘She was joyful, current to so many, touching a mess of lives.’

Prince Charles seemed tearful whereas his sister checked out him with concern and care earlier than fixing her personal stare on her mom’s coffin and crown. 

The Queen Consort accompanied the King as he led his family outside of Westminster Abbey, behind the Queen's coffin, at it departed

The Queen Consort accompanied the King as he led his household exterior of Westminster Abbey, behind the Queen’s coffin, at it departed

The Princess of Wales and Duke and Duchess of Sussex got up to watch the Queen's coffin leave the Abbey at the end of this morning's service

The Princess of Wales and Duke and Duchess of Sussex received as much as watch the Queen’s coffin go away the Abbey on the finish of this morning’s service 

The congregation looked on as the Monarch's coffin was escorted out of Westminster Abbey following her state funeral today

The congregation seemed on because the Monarch’s coffin was escorted out of Westminster Abbey following her state funeral immediately  

The royal family, led by Prince Charles and the Queen Consort, stood in silence as they reflected in the last minute of the Monarch's state funeral

The royal household, led by Prince Charles and the Queen Consort, stood in silence as they mirrored in the final minute of the Monarch’s state funeral 

The King looked particularly emotional as he stood in front of the Queen's coffin with his wife, his siblings, his children and other members of the royal family today

The King seemed significantly emotional as he stood in entrance of the Queen’s coffin together with his spouse, his siblings, his youngsters and different members of the royal household immediately

Distraught members of the royal family looked sombre as the Queen's coffin was laid to rest in front of them for the ceremony tosay

Distraught members of the royal household seemed sombre because the Queen’s coffin was laid to relaxation in entrance of them for the ceremony tosay

The King, who looked somber during the ceremony, could count on his wife's unwavering support, and on his sister, The Princess Royal

The King, who seemed somber in the course of the ceremony, may rely on his spouse’s unwavering help, and on his sister, The Princess Royal 

King Charles III was seen holding on to his sword as he listened to the Bible reading during his mother's funeral at Westminster

King Charles III was seen holding on to his sword as he listened to the Bible studying throughout his mom’s funeral at Westminster 

Foreign royal families were sat opposite the royal family, facing the Queen's coffin during her state funeral, with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden, and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and his mother Queen Margrethe II sat at the front row

Foreign royal households had been sat reverse the royal household, dealing with the Queen’s coffin throughout her state funeral, with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden, and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and his mom Queen Margrethe II sat on the entrance row 

The UK’s most necessary church, filled with 2,000 VIPs together with prime ministers, presidents and the Queen’s household, was serene other than the sound of hymns and prayers in a funeral service Her Majesty has curated herself earlier than she died.

On an extremely emotional event for Britain and the world, the Queen was carried in her oak coffin to the gun carriage utilized by her mother and father and was adopted via Parliament Square by her son, the King, and her kinfolk together with the Prince of Wales and Duke of Sussex. Andrew, the Duke of York, gave the impression to be crying. Outside  the Abbey an estimated 2million persons are in central London alongside procession routes and watching on huge screens.

The State Gun Carriage carrying the Queen’s coffin started its funeral procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey at round 10.45am, arriving simply earlier than 11am. A single toll from Big Ben signalled the beginning of the service at Westminster Abbey, the place kings and queens have been topped and buried since 1066. Her Majesty will likely be laid to relaxation at Windsor subsequent to her beloved husband Prince Philip and her mother and father, George VI and the Queen Mother.

King Charles III appeared visibly moved as the funeral assembly, including his wife, began to sing God Save the King during the funeral of his mother

King Charles III appeared visibly moved because the funeral meeting, together with his spouse, started to sing God Save the King in the course of the funeral of his mom

A tearful King Charles fought back tears during the emotional service which saw him bid farewell to his mother during her state funeral

A tearful King Charles fought again tears in the course of the emotional service which noticed him bid farewell to his mom throughout her state funeral 

The supportive Queen Consort stood next to King Charles while the Sovereign fought back tears when the assembly began to sing God Save the King

The supportive Queen Consort stood subsequent to King Charles whereas the Sovereign fought again tears when the meeting started to sing God Save the King 

The King, visibly emotional, closed his eyes for a moment of reflection while the congregation sang during his mother's funeral

The King, visibly emotional, closed his eyes for a second of reflection whereas the congregation sang throughout his mom’s funeral 

The Queen's children, who sat in the front row with their spouses, were overcome with emotion during the Monarch's state funeral today

The Queen’s youngsters, who sat in the entrance row with their spouses, had been overcome with emotion in the course of the Monarch’s state funeral immediately 

King Charles and his siblings and the other members of the royal family all looked deep in thought as they stood in front of the Monarch's coffin

King Charles and his siblings and the opposite members of the royal household all seemed deep in thought as they stood in entrance of the Monarch’s coffin 

The King looked visibly upset during the ceremony, as did the Duke of Sussex. Princess Beatrice was seen looking at her uncle in support

The King seemed visibly upset in the course of the ceremony, as did the Duke of Sussex. Princess Beatrice was seen her uncle in help 

The new Monarch was overcome with emotions during his mother's state funeral before her coffin was carried out of the Abbey

The new Monarch was overcome with feelings throughout his mom’s state funeral earlier than her coffin was carried out of the Abbey

Members of the royal family looked distraught during the Queen's state farewell at Westminster Abbey, with the King fighting back tears

Members of the royal household seemed distraught in the course of the Queen’s state farewell at Westminster Abbey, with the King preventing again tears 

Despite the massive crowds, there was absolute silence as round 200 pipers and drummers of Scottish and Irish Regiments, the Brigade of Gurkhas and RAF performed because the procession went via Parliament Square. The Queen’s personal piper performed a lament that echoed via the center of London.

Walking behind the carriage had been the King and his siblings, adopted by the Prince of Wales, Duke of Sussex and Peter Phillips. The State Gun Carriage has additionally been beforehand used for the funerals of King Edward VII, King George V, King George VI, Winston Churchill, and Lord Mountbatten.

There was full silence from the group near Parliament Square, because the State Gun Carriage carrying the Queen’s coffin slowly moved previous. The crowd, momentarily nonetheless and with telephones held aloft to seize the second, was round 10-people thick in locations, as tens of 1000’s thronged the streets to say goodbye to the monarch and witness a second of historical past.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte travelled to Westminster Abbey in the identical automotive because the Queen Consort, with the Princess of Wales arriving with them. They arrived on the church shortly after a number of the Queen’s grandchildren together with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

World leaders together with Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron arrived at Westminster Abbey round an hour earlier than the service started. The congregation of two,000 sat in solemn silence as Her Majesty arrived. 

Senior members of the royal family united as they sang together to honour the memory of their matriarch during the emotional ceremony

Senior members of the royal household united as they sang collectively to honour the reminiscence of their matriarch in the course of the emotional ceremony 

The Queen Consort stood by King's side during the emotional service at Westminster Abbey today as they started the ceremony by singing hymns

The Queen Consort stood by King’s facet in the course of the emotional service at Westminster Abbey immediately as they began the ceremony by singing hymns 

The Queen Consort, sat to the left of the King, sang the royal hymn with the other members of the royal family attending the late Monarch's funeral

The Queen Consort, sat to the left of the King, sang the royal hymn with the opposite members of the royal household attending the late Monarch’s funeral 

The Queen consort, who was wearing a black coat dress, was the picture of dignity as a supportive figure next to King Charles III

The Queen consort, who was carrying a black coat dress, was the image of dignity as a supportive determine subsequent to King Charles III

The royal family were sat directly facing the Queen's coffin in the nave as they bid a final farewell to their Matriarch this morning

The royal household had been sat straight dealing with the Queen’s coffin in the nave as they bid a closing farewell to their Matriarch this morning 

Newly elected Prime Minister Liz Truss addressed the congregation during the Queen's state funeral at Westminster Abbey this morning

Newly elected Prime Minister Liz Truss addressed the congregation in the course of the Queen’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey this morning 

The view in Westminster Abbey above the Queen -  where she married and was crowned more than 70 years ago

The view in Westminster Abbey above the Queen –  the place she married and was topped greater than 70 years in the past

King Charles III and members of the royal family follow behind the coffin

King Charles III and members of the royal household observe behind the coffin

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard, was carried inside Westminster Abbey, followed by the members of the royal family

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard, was carried inside Westminster Abbey, adopted by the members of the royal household 

The congregation looked on respectfully as the Queen's children, led by King Charles III and the Queen Consort, followed the Queen's coffin into Westminster Abbey

The congregation seemed on respectfully because the Queen’s youngsters, led by King Charles III and the Queen Consort, adopted the Queen’s coffin into Westminster Abbey 

King Charles III, Camilla, the Queen Consort, Princess Anne, and her husband Vice Admiral Tim Laurence, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince William, and Kate, Princess of Wales with their children Princess Charlotte of Wales, Prince George of Wales, Britain's Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, David Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowden, Peter Phillips, The Duke of Gloucester, Prince Michael of Kent and the Duke of Kent follow the coffin

King Charles III, Camilla, the Queen Consort, Princess Anne, and her husband Vice Admiral Tim Laurence, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and his spouse Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince William, and Kate, Princess of Wales with their youngsters Princess Charlotte of Wales, Prince George of Wales, Britain’s Prince Harry, and his spouse Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, David Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowden, Peter Phillips, The Duke of Gloucester, Prince Michael of Kent and the Duke of Kent observe the coffin

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II with the Imperial State Crown resting on prime is carried by the Bearer Party into Westminster Abbey previous the grave of the Unknown Soldier

Last evening, Camilla paid a tribute to the late Queen, recalling her ‘great blue eyes’ and saying: ‘I’ll at all times keep in mind her smile.’ 

She spoke warmly of her admiration for her mother-in-law, and for the way in which she carved out a task whereas being in the tough position of a ‘solitary lady’ in a person’s world in a pre-recorded BBC broadcast.  

‘She has been a part of our lives for ever. I’m 75 now and I am unable to keep in mind anybody besides the Queen being there,’ she stated.

‘It should have been so tough for her being a solitary lady. There weren’t ladies Prime Ministers or Presidents. She was the one one, so I believe she carved her personal function.’

Remembering her personal connection to the Queen, Camilla added: ‘She’s received these great blue eyes… when she smiles they mild up her complete face. I’ll at all times keep in mind her smile. That smile is unforgettable.’

The Queen gave Camilla her strongest signal of help when, on the seventieth anniversary of her accession to the throne in February, she expressed her ‘honest want’ that after Charles grew to become King, his spouse ought to be often called Queen Consort.

The intervention ended years of debate over what Camilla – Charles’s mistress earlier than they married in 2005 – would finally be known as. It additionally made clear that any criticism of Camilla, who had been blamed for the breakdown of Charles’s marriage to Diana, was firmly in the previous.

Camilla was made a Privy Counsellor in 2016 forward of the Queen’s official ninetieth birthday. This meant that she was by her husband’s facet when he was formally declared King.

King Charles III and the Queen Consort looked grave as they walked in unison to the front row, to take their seat ahead of the ceremony

King Charles III and the Queen Consort seemed grave as they walked in unison to the entrance row, to take their seat forward of the ceremony 

Camilla arrived at Westminster Abbey with her daughter-in-law the Princess of Wales, as well as two of her oldest children today

Camilla arrived at Westminster Abbey together with her daughter-in-law the Princess of Wales, in addition to two of her oldest youngsters immediately

The Queen Consort walked into the Abbey following the cortege borne on the State Gun Carriage ahead of the ceremony today

The Queen Consort walked into the Abbey following the cortege borne on the State Gun Carriage forward of the ceremony immediately

Camilla, who was wearing a black coat dress, spoke a moment with members of the church grouped outside, ahead of the funeral

Camilla, who was carrying a black coat dress, spoke a second with members of the church grouped exterior, forward of the funeral 

Camilla, holding her bag and gloves, spoke some time outside the church ahead of today's ceremony, which was attended by 2,000 people

Camilla, holding her bag and gloves, spoke a while exterior the church forward of immediately’s ceremony, which was attended by 2,000 individuals 

The Queen Consort arrived at Westminster Abbey with the Princess of Wales Kate Middleton, Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven

The Queen Consort arrived at Westminster Abbey with the Princess of Wales Kate Middleton, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, seven

The Princess of Wales looked pensive as she drove to the Abbey with her two oldest children and her mother-in-law Camilla today

The Princess of Wales seemed pensive as she drove to the Abbey together with her two oldest youngsters and her mother-in-law Camilla immediately

The Queen Consort was a comforting presence for Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they drove to their great-grandmother's funeral

The Queen Consort was a comforting presence for Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they drove to their great-grandmother’s funeral 

Prince William, Prince Harry, Peter Phillips, King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Andrew followed on foot behind the Monarch's coffin as it made its way to Westminster Abbey

Prince William, Prince Harry, Peter Phillips, King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Andrew adopted on foot behind the Monarch’s coffin because it made its approach to Westminster Abbey 

As Camilla arrived at the Abbey in a car with two of the grand-children, King Charles three, his siblings and his two sons were walking behind the Queen's coffin

As Camilla arrived on the Abbey in a automotive with two of the grand-children, King Charles three, his siblings and his two sons had been strolling behind the Queen’s coffin  

Her Royal Highness has joined the King on a tour of the UK this week, with the couple visiting England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in the wake of the Queen’s demise. 

Crowds lined the streets of the UK’s nations throughout the brand new monarchs go to on the run-up to his late mom’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey and burial at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on Monday- following her demise at Balmoral on Thursday aged 96.

Her Majesty’s coffin will travelled ceremonial procession alongside an in depth route via London after which Windsor earlier than she is laid to relaxation.   

King Charles III lead his members of the family – together with Princes William and Harry – strolling behind the Queen’s coffin because it was moved Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey for the funeral service.

Hundreds of 1000’s of Brits have queued to see the Queen mendacity in state this week, because the official interval of mourning ends immediately.

Well-wishers waited for as much as thirty hours to pay tribute as individuals from around the globe despatched their condolences to the longest operating head of state .

Dignitaries from the commonwealth together with Australia, New Zealand and Canada will be part of the Firm in mourning immediately, in addition to monarchs from throughout Europe and the world.

The Queen begins her final journey from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey

The Queen begins her closing journey from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey

Pallbearers gently carried the late monarch's oak coffin, carrying her crown, orb and sceptre

Pallbearers gently carried the late monarch’s oak coffin, carrying her crown, orb and sceptre

The King and the royal family march to Westminster Abbey from Westminster Hall

The King and the royal household march to Westminster Abbey from Westminster Hall

King Charles III is seen on The Mall forward of The State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II 

Britain's Prince William, Prince of Wales, and his children arrive at Westminster Hall. Charlotte was next to her father. George was in the back

Britain’s Prince William, Prince of Wales, and his youngsters arrive at Westminster Hall. Charlotte was subsequent to her father. George was in the again

The Queen’s state funeral ended with a two-minute nationwide silence in a ‘becoming tribute to a rare reign.’

Police have additionally been granted a no-fly zone order over London on immediately, which is able to observe 10 days of mourning.

The Queen’s Coffin was immediately carried from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, after which positioned exterior the constructing’s North Door.

The procession then went from New Palace Yard via Parliament Square, Broad Sanctuary and the Sanctuary earlier than arriving at Westminster Abbey simply earlier than 11am.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive

A packed Westminster Abbey prepares for the Queen to arrive

A packed Westminster Abbey prepares for the Queen to reach

U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrive, on the day of the state funeral and burial of Britain's Queen Elizabeth

U.S. President Joe Biden and first woman Jill Biden arrive, on the day of the state funeral and burial of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth

A long line of mourners walked into the UK's most important church under the eyes of the other members of the 2,000-strong congregation

An extended line of mourners walked into the UK’s most necessary church beneath the eyes of the opposite members of the two,000-strong congregation

The congregation were in place several hours before the Queen's coffin arrived

The congregation had been in place a number of hours earlier than the Queen’s coffin arrived

After the State Funeral Service finishes at round noon, the coffin was positioned on the State Gun Carriage exterior the Abbey.

At 12.15pm, the procession set off for Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner.

The route travelled from the Abbey by way of Broad Sanctuary, Parliament Square (south and east sides), Parliament Street, Whitehall, Horse Guards together with Horse Guards Arch, Horse Guards Road, The Mall, Queen’s Gardens (south and west sides), Constitution Hill and Apsley Way

At Wellington Arch, the Queen’s coffin will likely be transferred from the State Gun Carriage to the State Hearse simply after 1pm, forward of the journey to Windsor.

Newly elected Prime Minister Liz Truss looked dignified as she arrived at Westminster Abbey for the service this morning, where she addressed the congregation

Newly elected Prime Minister Liz Truss seemed dignified as she arrived at Westminster Abbey for the service this morning, the place she addressed the congregation 

Former prime minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson looked somber as they arrived at Westminster Abbey ahead of the ceremony

Former prime minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson seemed somber as they arrived at Westminster Abbey forward of the ceremony  

It then will journey from central London to Windsor, on a route that has not been disclosed by the Palace. When the hearse arrives in Windsor, the procession will start simply after 3pm at Shaw Farm Gate on Albert Road.

The state hearse will be part of the procession, which could have been shaped up and in position, at Shaw Farm Gate earlier than travelling to St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

The procession will observe the route of Albert Road, Long Walk, Cambridge Gate, Cambridge Drive, George IV Gate, Quadrangle (south and west sides), Engine Court, Norman Arch, Chapel Hill, Parade Ground and Horseshoe Cloister Arch.

Just earlier than 4pm, the procession will halt on the backside of the West Steps of St George’s Chapel in Horseshoe Cloister. Here, the bearer social gathering will carry the coffin in procession up the steps into the chapel.

The Queen will likely be interred throughout a personal burial at King George VI Memorial Chapel in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle at 7.30pm.

Tom Parker-Bowles, the son of Queen Consort Camilla, was among the 2,000 people invited today. He was pictured with his wife Sara

Tom Parker-Bowles, the son of Queen Consort Camilla, was among the many 2,000 individuals invited immediately. He was pictured together with his spouse Sara

Michael and Carole Middleton - the parents of the Princess of Wales, Kate, arrived two hours early for the state funeral in order to show their support

Michael and Carole Middleton – the mother and father of the Princess of Wales, Kate, arrived two hours early for the state funeral in order to indicate their help 

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro (right) and his wife Michelle Bolsonaro were also among the foreign heads of state invited to the service at Westminster Abbey this morning

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro (proper) and his spouse Michelle Bolsonaro had been additionally among the many overseas heads of state invited to the service at Westminster Abbey this morning

President of Ireland Michael D Higgins, who met with the King last week, spoke to clergy as he arrived at the funeral this morning

President of Ireland Michael D Higgins, who met with the King final week, spoke to clergy as he arrived on the funeral this morning 

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who paid her respects to the Queen in Edinburgh during her lying in state, arrived for the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey today

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who paid her respects to the Queen in Edinburgh throughout her mendacity in state, arrived for the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey immediately

Former prime minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha were seen walking side-by-side outside Westminster Abbey this morning

Former prime minister David Cameron and his spouse Samantha had been seen strolling side-by-side exterior Westminster Abbey this morning

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