Members of the Royal Family have reunited as they accompany the Queen's coffin in a procession to Westminster Hall, and so too have Prince William and Prince Harry.

Newly-ascended King Charles III is walking ahead of sons Harry and William, who are joined by familiar royal faces including Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

They are accompanying the King on foot throughout the procession from Buckingham Palace all the way to Westminster Hall, with the Queen leaving the Palace for the final time.

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Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and Queen Consort Camilla are following the main procession in cars that departed from Buckingham Palace at around 2.45pm.

Their cortege is being flanked by police vehicles.

Given their well-documented difference, it may be no surprise that Meghan and Kate were seen travelling in separate cars, despite Harry and William standing side-by-side.

Several people can be seen wiping tears from their faces as the Queen's coffin makes its way down The Mall.

Several others could be seen taking pictures on their phones, trying to get a glimpse of the coffin that is draped in the Royal Standard, with the Imperial State Crown on a velvet cushion with a wreath of flowers atop.

Some members of the Royal Family are reuniting today for the first time since the Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this June.

That isn't the case for Harry and William though, who joined rows of mourners just days ago in an informal reunion for the so-called Fab Four.

The Queen will lie in state at Westminster until Monday, with members of the public able to queue up and pay their respects to Her Majesty.

Queues are expected to be miles long and will have wait times of up to 30 hours, although an online vigil alternative has been set up online, livestreaming Her Majesty's coffin.

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Her Majesty's funeral will take place on September 19, giving members of the public plenty of time to pay their respects.


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