THIS is how a secret photographer will hide in plain sight at the Queen's funeral today – but can you spot where?

Royal photographer Arthur Edwards captured Prince Philip's funeral last year while hiding and drawing zero attention to himself.

And after he photographed the most emotional moments of the family he had snapped for 44 years, he shared the secret to staying hidden.

He explained how the Duke of Edinburgh had arranged for him to hide inside a fake pillar at the top of the stairs leading to St George's Chapel.

Arthur said it had a letter box-shaped slit and was "just like the bird-watching hides where Prince Philip spent hours during his retirement at Sandringham".

And today, there will be a similar set-up to capture the most intimate moments of the Queen's state funeral.

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There is a secret photographer box next to the Great West Door at Westminster Abbey.

Two thousand people, including all members of the Royal Family, will be amongst those getting photographed.

As well as getting photos from people entering, pictures will also be taken inside Westminster Abbey as the funeral takes place.

It comes as…

  • Solemn King Charles leads the Royal Family in an emotional procession behind the Queen's coffin
  • Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince George, 9, arrived at Westminster Abbey with mum Kate Middleton
  • Meghan Markle bowed her head as she joined the Royals
  • Prince Andrew wore a suit after being banned from his military uniform
  • Two thousand mourners including world leaders gathered for the funeral

The Queen's coffin arrived at Westminster Abbey at 10.52am and her funeral started at 11am.

Her Majesty's final procession will then take place leading her to her final resting place in the royal vault with Prince Philip.

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