Queen Elizabeth’s coffin has arrived at Windsor Castle for a committal service at St George’s Chapel.
Huge crowds lined the Long Walk as a procession accompanying the state hearse made its way along the route.
Earlier, a funeral service was held at Westminster Abbey – the building in which the Queen was married, and crowned.
Among the dignitaries at Westminster Abbey was President Paula Mae Weekes who represented Trinidad and Tobago at the funeral.
During his sermon, the Archbishop of Canterbury said the late Queen touched “a multitude of lives” during her 70-year reign.
Hundreds of dignitaries were there, including the Queen’s former prime ministers as well as US President Biden and French President Macron.
Afterwards, a procession involving 3,000 military personnel, carried her coffin through London, passing many of the capital’s most famous landmarks.
The Dean of Windsor gave the Bidding.