Tributes have been paid to the Queen’s “unstinting service” at a ceremony held in St George’s Chapel, Windsor, where she will be laid to rest.

The ceremony, led by the Dean of Windsor, was attended by 800 people, including royalty and staff.
The Queen will be buried alongside her husband the Duke of Edinburgh at a private burial.

The hearse arrived in Windsor following her state funeral service at Westminster Abbey.
The state hearse made its way to the Berkshire town, with flowers still on its bonnet and roof from well-wishers who had thrown them as the royal cortege made its way from Wellington Arch in London.

The route avoided motorways to allow as many people as possible to pay their last respects.
Thousands of people on that route broke out into applause as the hearse passed them.

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