The Royal Family have gathered at Windsor Castle for Queen Elizabeth II's committal service after the nation said farewell to the late monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II's long journey to her final resting place – and to be reunited with the Duke of Edinburgh – began in Balmoral on the day of her death and will end with her interment at the castle’s St George’s Chapel this evening.
In a touching gesture Queen Elizabeth II's two faithful friends, her corgis Muick and Sandy, were part of the day and made an appearance.
Crowds of people welcomed Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin as it arrived In Windsor, hours after the state funeral in Westminster Abbey.
Pictures from proceedings can be seen below:
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left Wellington Arch on Monday afternoon Jane Barlow
The Ceremonial Procession of the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II travelled down the Long Walk as it arrived at Windsor Castle Aaron Chown
Emma, the late monarch's fell pony, stood beside the Ceremonial Procession of the coffin Aaron Chown
Queen Elizabeth II's corgis Muick and Sandy also made an appearance PETER NICHOLLS
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair was among those in attendance in Windsor Kirsty O'Connor
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was carried into St George’s Chapel POOL
King Charles III and other members of the Royal Family followed behind the coffin POOL
The King left a touching handwritten note on top of Queen Elizabeth II's coffin POOL
Prince William, Princess Anne, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew stand as Queen Elizabeth II's coffin is taken into the chapel POOL
While leaders from across the world were also in attendance Joe Giddens
The Imperial State Crown, Orb and Sceptre, have been removed from the coffin and placed onto the altar of St George’s Chapel by the Dean of Windsor POOL
King Charles III places Queen Elizabeth II's Company Camp Colour of the Grenadier Guards on the coffin Jonathan Brady
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel POOL