The workers of Queen Elizabeth II lined the roadway in front of Buckingham Palace to bid the monarch farewell following her funeral, but other members of the royal family were also present on Monday.
One of the monarch’s ponies and the queen’s corgis were taken outside to view the parade in Windsor.
Muick and Sandy, the Queen’s pembroke welsh corgi dogs, waited in the quadrangle at Windsor Castle as the funeral procession approached under the supervision of two staff members.
The Queen also owned a dorgi named Candy and a cocker spaniel named Lissy at the time of her passing.
The corgis will be cared for by Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, it has been announced.
Later, Andrew was spotted with the dogs. The Queen also owned a dorgi named Candy and a cocker spaniel named Lissy at the time of her passing.
The corgis will be cared for by Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
Also on display was the Queen’s Fell pony, Carltonlima Emma, who was led to the side of the road at a gap between floral tributes while the coffin was driven past.
Usually known just as Emma, the horse was named among the Queen’s favourites for Horse & Hound magazine in 2020 by Terry Pendry, one of the grooms at Windsor.
The Queen was a patron of the Fell Pony Society, and continued to ride Emma when she was well into her 90s.