Edward and Sophie wipe away tears during Queen’s funeral in Westminster Abbey

PRINCE Edward and Sophie Wessex wiped tears from their eyes after an emotional start to The Queen’s funeral. The Earl and Countess of Wessex took out a handkerchief each after the first hymn was sung. Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, bottom right, both wiped a tear after the first hymn of the funeral Sophie Wessex comfortingly looked at her husband Prince Edward then wiped away a tear with his finger Sophie wiped away a tear before looking comfortingly at her husband, who wiped his face. He then put his handkerchief away and used a finger to wipe a tear from his eye. The Countess of Wessex used her handkerchief to wipe further tears from her eyes as the service went on. Her Majesty’s other sons King Charles III and Prince Andrew also both looked distraught. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATH SOMBRE DUTY Tearful Charles leads Royals as Queen's funeral takes place in front of world BY THEIR SIDE George & Charlotte walk beside their parents in emotional funeral procession The King, 73, appeared to wipe away a tear as he followed his late mother being carried into Westminster Abbey this morning. The monarch walked in solemn procession behind her Majesty’s coffin, draped in the Royal Standard flag, and topped with her Crown, Orb and Sceptre. He was accompanied by her other children Andrew, Anne and Edward, and grandchildren Princes William and Harry. The family then took their seats alongside leaders from around the world to say goodbye to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. Most read in The Sun GOODBYE 'GAN GAN' George & Charlotte WILL attend Queen's funeral after parents intervened ROYAL BLOOD Here's why Prince Edward's kids do not have official prince and princess titles HARRY SNUB Harry 'left "heartbroken" over change to military uniform he wore to vigil' CROWN'S JEWELS Astonishing wealth of Royal Family revealed after it DOUBLED in a decade LIFTING THE LID People are realising the hidden use of the lid on sealed liquid products BILL BOOST Cash-strapped couples could get up to £2,500 in bill boost this Friday And they all appeared deeply moved by the big day, being watched by billions across the globe. Hundreds of thousands of mourners lined the streets ahead of today’s emotional service – the climax of what has been described as the biggest security operation the UK has ever seen. It comes as… Solemn King Charles leads the Royal Family in an emotional procession behind the Queen’s coffinPrincess Charlotte, 7, and Prince George, 9, arrived at Westminster Abbey with mum Kate MiddletonMeghan Markle bowed her head as she joined the RoyalsPrince Andrew wore a suit after being banned from his military uniformTwo thousand mourners including world leaders gathered for the funeral Some dedicated royal fans have even been camping out since Friday to bag the best spots – and by 9am, all public viewing areas along the procession route were full. They are all hoping to catch one last glimpse of Her Majesty before she makes her way from London to Windsor to be reunited with her husband Prince Philip, who died last year aged 99. Read More on The Sun GOD BLESS THE QUEEN Inside step by step plan for Queen's funeral including resting place Billions more are tuning in from pubs, cinemas, outdoor big screens, cathedrals and their living rooms across the globe to experience the once-in-a-lifetime event. It is expected to be the most watched broadcast of all time. King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and Princess Anne all also looked upset

Edward and Sophie wipe away tears during Queen’s funeral in Westminster Abbey

PRINCE Edward and Sophie Wessex wiped tears from their eyes after an emotional start to The Queen’s funeral.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex took out a handkerchief each after the first hymn was sung.

Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, bottom right, both wiped a tear after the first hymn of the funeral
Sophie Wessex comfortingly looked at her husband
Prince Edward then wiped away a tear with his finger

Sophie wiped away a tear before looking comfortingly at her husband, who wiped his face.

He then put his handkerchief away and used a finger to wipe a tear from his eye.

The Countess of Wessex used her handkerchief to wipe further tears from her eyes as the service went on.

Her Majesty’s other sons King Charles III and Prince Andrew also both looked distraught.

READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATH

SOMBRE DUTY

Tearful Charles leads Royals as Queen's funeral takes place in front of world

BY THEIR SIDE

George & Charlotte walk beside their parents in emotional funeral procession

The King, 73, appeared to wipe away a tear as he followed his late mother being carried into Westminster Abbey this morning.

The monarch walked in solemn procession behind her Majesty’s coffin, draped in the Royal Standard flag, and topped with her Crown, Orb and Sceptre.

He was accompanied by her other children Andrew, Anne and Edward, and grandchildren Princes William and Harry.

The family then took their seats alongside leaders from around the world to say goodbye to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.

And they all appeared deeply moved by the big day, being watched by billions across the globe.

Hundreds of thousands of mourners lined the streets ahead of today’s emotional service – the climax of what has been described as the biggest security operation the UK has ever seen.


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Some dedicated royal fans have even been camping out since Friday to bag the best spots – and by 9am, all public viewing areas along the procession route were full.

They are all hoping to catch one last glimpse of Her Majesty before she makes her way from London to Windsor to be reunited with her husband Prince Philip, who died last year aged 99.

Read More on The Sun

GOD BLESS THE QUEEN

Inside step by step plan for Queen's funeral including resting place

Billions more are tuning in from pubs, cinemas, outdoor big screens, cathedrals and their living rooms across the globe to experience the once-in-a-lifetime event.

It is expected to be the most watched broadcast of all time.

King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and Princess Anne all also looked upset

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