Holly Willoughby revealed her three children's "beautiful" tribute to the Queen on Sunday.

The This Morning presenter, 41, took to Instagram to post a rare snap of Harry, 13, Belle, 11, and Chester, seven, outside Buckingham Palace.

In the picture, it sees the trio standing over the thousands of tributes while another snap sees Belle placing her card for the late Queen, who died aged 96 on the 8 of September.

Holly penned: "Time to reflect and pay our respects… the children wrote the most beautiful words…" with a heart emoji.

The presenter's 8million followers were quick to praise Holly for the "moving" photos with one person writing: "Such moving pics Holly" with a heart emoji.


A different account put: "Wow x so moving xx."

While another person added: "That's beautiful Holly."

Earlier this week, Holly, who will be hosting a special This Morning with Phillip Schofield on Monday remembering the Queen, shared her own tribute.

She penned on Instagram: "Thank you for your lifetime of service and humble commitment to duty… you really were the best of us, you never let us down…"


It comes as The Queen’s coffin has arrived at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh after leaving her beloved Balmoral Castle for the last time.

Draped with the Royal Standard of Scotland and with a wreath of flowers on top, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward watched on in solemn silence.

While around 50 members of palace staff gathered in the courtyard to greet the Queen's cortege.

As the coffin made its way to Palace of Holyroodhouse, thousands of mourners were lining the street to pay their respects to Her Majesty, who died aged 96 on the 8 of September.

The Queen’s coffin will remain at Holyroodhouse's Throne Room overnight after a six-hour drive from Balmoral on Sunday.

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