Meghan Markle was teary-eyed as she watched the moment the Queen’s coffin was placed into a hearse for Her Majesty’s final journey
She cried as The Queen’s coffin was transferred to the State Hearse to begin its journey to Windsor.
The royal family watched on in two rows, with the King, the Queen Consort, the Princess Royal, the Duke of York and the Earl and the Countess of Wessex in the first row.
Behind them were the Princess and the Prince of Wales, with Prince Charlotte and Prince George between them and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The Duchess wiped back tears after the afternoon’s sorrowful funeral service where she and Harry earlier appeared to hold hands.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seemed to comfort each other after they sat in the second row for the ceremony in Westminister Abbey.
The couple, who live in the US, sat behind King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla at the Queen’s emotional funeral.
Meghan donned a black hat with a dress and cape while Harry was wearing a suit for today’s funeral after being stripped of his royal military titles.
After the ceremony, Harry appeared to grab Meghan’s hand as they followed William and Kate out of the Abbey.
The Queen’s coffin then left for Windsor where Her Majesty will be reunited with her beloved husband Prince Philip.
Thousands of mourners lined the A4, A30 and A308 to see the State Hearse as it made the 25-mile journey.
It then arrived at Windsor Great Park through Shaw Farm Gate on Albert Road and on to Long Walk, where tens of thousands of people bid a final farewell to the Queen.