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The Duchess of Sussex wipes her tears as she watches the Queen’s funeral

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Meghan Markle appeared to be wiping away a tear today as she watched Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin being carried from Westminster Abbey after a remarkable funeral attended by the greats and goodies from around the world. The Duchess of Sussex dabbed her cheek during the emotional moment as she stood next to Camilla, the Queen Consort, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Earlier, Meghan, 41, walked into the abbey in a somber procession behind the Queen's coffin.  Before her stood Kate, Cambridge's two eldest children, and Prince Edward with Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.

Earlier, Meghan, 41, walked into the abbey in a somber procession behind the Queen’s coffin. Before her stood Kate, Cambridge’s two eldest children, and Prince Edward with Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.

The Duchess of Sussex looks at Queen Elizabeth II's coffin, draped in a royal standard and adorned with the Imperial State Crown and the Sovereign's orb and scepter.

The Duchess of Sussex looks at Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, draped in a royal standard and adorned with the Imperial State Crown and the Sovereign’s orb and scepter.

Before the service, the Duchess briefly stood next to Kate, George and Charlotte as she watched Elizabeth II's casket being placed on the altar.  She and Harry then took a second row seat next to Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Before the service, the Duchess briefly stood next to Kate, George and Charlotte as she watched Elizabeth II’s casket being placed on the altar. She and Harry then took a second row seat next to Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan follow the party bearer with Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as taken from Westminster Abbey.

Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan follow the party bearer with Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin as taken from Westminster Abbey.

Meghan and Harry sit in the second row - directly behind King Charles III, the Queen Consort and Princess Anne.

Meghan and Harry sit in the second row – directly behind King Charles III, the Queen Consort and Princess Anne.

Pictured: Meghan stands next to Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Consort Camilla and Princess Charlotte.

Pictured: Meghan stands next to Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Consort Camilla and Princess Charlotte.

Pictured: An emotional Prince Harry at Westminster Abbey for the late Queen's funeral.

Pictured: An emotional Prince Harry at Westminster Abbey for the late Queen’s funeral.

Pictured: Meghan, 41, walked into the historic church in a somber procession behind the Queen's coffin.  Before her stood Kate, Cambridge's two eldest children, and Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, the Duchess of Wessex.

Pictured: Meghan, 41, walked into the historic church in a somber procession behind the Queen’s coffin. Before her stood Kate, Cambridge’s two eldest children, and Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, the Duchess of Wessex.

Members of the royal family look strikingly dejected during the emotional service paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.

Members of the royal family look strikingly dejected during the emotional service paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.

Pictured: Meghan stood next to the three Cambridges for a few moments before taking a seat next to Prince Harry at the funeral.

Pictured: Meghan stood next to the three Cambridges for a few moments before taking a seat next to Prince Harry at the funeral.

The Duke of Sussex, who put aside his feud with his brother Prince William, to walk beside him behind the Queen's coffin.  Prince Harry wore a civilian suit instead of a uniform because he was no longer a senior royal.

The Duke of Sussex, who put aside his feud with his brother Prince William, to walk beside him behind the Queen’s coffin. Prince Harry wore a civilian suit instead of a uniform because he was no longer a senior royal.

Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, stands next to King Charles, Anne, Princess Royal and William, Prince of Wales, as they salute at the state funeral.

Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, stands next to King Charles, Anne, Princess Royal and William, Prince of Wales, as they salute at the state funeral.

The Sussexes live in California but have remained in the UK since the Queen's death on September 8.  They happened to be in the country for the WellChild awards when the news was announced.  The couple were without their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, 15 months, who are believed to have stayed in California with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.  Pictured: Meghan (left) standing in front of Westminster Abbey next to the Queen Consort, Prince George, the Princess of Wales, Charlotte and Sophie Wessex.

The Sussexes live in California but have remained in the UK since the Queen’s death on September 8. They happened to be in the country for the WellChild awards when the news was announced. The couple were without their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, 15 months, who are believed to have stayed in California with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland. Pictured: Meghan (left) standing in front of Westminster Abbey next to the Queen Consort, Prince George, the Princess of Wales, Charlotte and Sophie Wessex.

Today the UK's main church, packed with 2,000 VIPs including Prime Ministers, Presidents and the Royal Family, was serene save for the sound of hymns and prayers at a funeral service Her Majesty had composed herself before she died.

Today the UK’s main church, packed with 2,000 VIPs including Prime Ministers, Presidents and the Royal Family, was serene save for the sound of hymns and prayers at a funeral service Her Majesty had composed herself before she died.

The Queen made her last and saddest journey from Westminster Hall to the church where she married and was crowned as Britain mourned its longest-serving monarch and said goodbye to a beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.  Her coffin was placed close to the altar with her crown, orb and scepter on top, surrounded by flowers chosen by the king from gardens she loved.  A card in the flowers on top of the coffin read simply: 'In loving and devoted memory.  Karel R.'

The Queen made her last and saddest journey from Westminster Hall to the church where she married and was crowned as Britain mourned its longest-serving monarch and said goodbye to a beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her coffin was placed close to the altar with her crown, orb and scepter on top, surrounded by flowers chosen by the king from gardens she loved. A card in the flowers on top of the coffin read simply: ‘In loving and devoted memory. Karel R.’

Pictured: The royal mother of two was elegant in a black ensemble with heels and a large hat when she arrived at the state funeral earlier this morning.

Pictured: The royal mother of two was elegant in a black ensemble with heels and a large hat when she arrived at the state funeral earlier this morning.

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