The Queen's funeral service has taken place at Westminster Abbey and viewers around the world were overcome with emotion while watching the coverage.
More than 2000 mourners packed the Abbey as well as thousands of people who lined the streets of London to witness the procession.
Queen Elizabeth's immediate and extended family walked solemnly behind her coffin as it was brought into Westminster Abbey, and viewers found themselves sobbing as they watched brothers Prince William and Prince Harry who today walked side-by-side. reminding many of the tragic day they did so at the funeral of their mother, Princess Diana in 1997.
The Princes looked sombre as they walked with their wives, the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex who followed behind and the young Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7.
Viewers from around the world the have tuned in to bid a final farewell to Queen Elizabeth – who passed away at the age of 96 – and many took to Twitter to share their heartbreak at seeing the Princes holding it together in a show of unity.
One wrote: "Sobbing my eyes out. Not so much that the Queen has passed away. I loved her, but she was 96 and had such a wonderful life. But at William and Harry, who are having to do this all over again. It must be so triggering."
Another said: "So sad to see William and Harry looking so so upset."
And third penned: "This all just brings me back to Princess Diana's funeral in 1997. Those boys have the exact same look on their faces. I feel for them so much."
And a fourth viewer added: "Their mum would be so proud of them. Little George is the image of his dad. Hopefully this will be the last bit of sadness in this little boy's life for a while."
In ceremony befitting her historic 70 year reign on the throne, the Queen's funeral has taken place at Westminster Abbey, attended by up more than 2000 mourners and with tens of thousands of people lining the streets of central London to witness the historic and poignant event.
Following the service in London, the Queen’s coffin was transported to Windsor, where a private ceremony will take place before she is interred alongside her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen's great-grandchildren Princess Charlotte and Prince George walked behind their parents, while their uncle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex walked behind.
Paying his respects to his grandmother, Prince William wrote in a tribute: "I thank her for the kindness she showed my family and me. And I thank her on behalf of my generation for providing an example of service and dignity in public life that was from a different age, but always relevant to us all."
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