Meghan, Harry, William and Kate put on united front for Queen Elizabeth II's coffin procession – in pictures

William processed next to his brother Harry behind the late monarch's coffin, while Meghan and Kate travelled in separate cars

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and the Prince and Princess of Wales put on a united front as Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was marched from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.

The Prince of Wales processed next to his brother the Duke of Sussex as they honoured Queen Elizabeth II by walking behind her coffin as it was drawn on a gun carriage to the lying in state.

King Charles III, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward led the procession behind the late monarch's coffin.

While Meghan and Kate travelled in separate cars behind as the duo supported walking members of the Royal Family during the proceedings.

Meghan Markle travelled by car as the late monarch's coffin was moved from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall
Meghan Markle travelled by car as the late monarch's coffin was moved from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall
The Prince of Wales processed next to his brother the Duke of Sussex
The Prince of Wales processed next to his brother the Duke of Sussex
While Kate, Princess of Wales travelled alongside Camilla, Queen Consort
While Kate, Princess of Wales travelled alongside Camilla, Queen Consort
Thousands lined the street of London to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II
Thousands lined the street of London to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II
A crown was placed on a purple cushion on top of the coffin
A crown was placed on a purple cushion on top of the coffin
King Charles III led the procession behind Queen Elizabeth II's coffin
King Charles III led the procession behind Queen Elizabeth II's coffin
The King was joined by Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward
The King was joined by Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was drawn on a gun carriage to the lying in state
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was drawn on a gun carriage to the lying in state
The procession left Buckingham Palace shortly before 2 30pm on Wednesday
The procession left Buckingham Palace shortly before 2 30pm on Wednesday