Prince Harry wiped his eyes at Her Majesty's coffin procession through central London on Tuesday afternoon.

The coffin of the late Queen moves from Buckingham Palace at the highly significant time of 2.22 pm to Westminster Hall

where it will lie in state for members of the public to pay their respects until Monday 19 Sep, the day of the late monarch's funeral.

The Queen's coffin was followed on foot by her four children, King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward, as well as her grandsons, Prince William, and Prince Harry,

During the service, Prince Harry was seen wiping his eyes as he appeared to lose composure during an emotional moment.

While Meghan, who paid a subtle tribute to the Queen by wearing earrings given to her by the late monarch, looked somber.

The King and Queen Consort stood together a meter or so apart, with Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence behind them, then the Duke of York alone,

coffin was driven to Buckingham Palace last night from Edinburgh where the Queen had been lying-in-state at St Giles' Cathedral in the Scottish capital