The Countess of Wessex visits public tributes to the Queen at Balmoral

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

The Countess of Wessex was seen visiting tributes left by the public for the Queen on 10 September. Her Majesty, the Queen, passed away peacefully on 8 September.

Sophie was joined by other members of the Royal Family, including her daughter, Lady Louise Windsor, as the group visited Balmoral - where a host of flowers and written tributes had been left for Her Majesty by the public.

The Countess and other members of the Royal Family were at Balmoral after a visit to Craithie Kirk, where they attended a private church memorial service for Her Majesty.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Sophie was seen wearing black as she viewed tributes left by the public for the Queen. She was seen crouching down, looking at flowers and also reading notes that have been left.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Lady Louise Windsor, the daughter of Sophie and Edward, was also in attendance for the service and to visit the tributes at Balmoral. She was seen holding her mother's hand, displaying support for one another.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Sophie was also seen putting a comforting arm around her daughter.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were also in attendance for the visit to Balmoral.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Beatrice and Sophie were seen sharing a moment as they crouched down together to look at some flowers which has been left in memory of Her Majesty.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Members of the public have been united in their mourning and grief over the death of Her Majesty. If you wish to leave flowers, or sign a Book of Condolence, there's information on how to do this on the Royal UK website HERE

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