The 10-day mourning period for the passing of Queen Elizabeth II culminated to an hour-long funeral service at Westminster Abbey.
The Queen was lowered into the Royal Vault beneath the St George's Chapel at Windsor and will be later laid to rest in King George VI Memorial Chapel.
On way to the chapel, thousands of well-wishers lined the streets of London as they cheered and clapped for their late Queen
The Queen's beloved Corgis Muick and Sandy were also seen outside the St George Chapel awaiting the arrival of the Queen's coffin.
It concluded with Queen Elizabeth II's crown, orb and sceptre - symbol of the monarch's governance and power
Lord Chamberlain, the most senior official in the royal household, then broke his ‘Wand of Office’ implying the end of his service to the sovereign, and placed it on the casket.