The Princess of Wales pays subtle jewellery tribute to Her Majesty for procession to Westminster Hall

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At a little before 2.30pm on Wednesday, 14 September, a procession took place to transport Her Majesty's coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. Here, the Queen will lie-in-state for four days, allowing the public to visit and pay their respects before a state funeral takes place on Monday, 19 September.

As part of the procession, members of the Royal Family were involved in accompanying Her Majesty on the journey from the palace to Westminster. The Queen's children, including King Charles III and Princess Anne, accompanied the coffin by foot, as did two of the Queen's grandsons: Prince William and Prince Harry.

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Other members of the family arrived at Westminster via car, including The Princess of Wales, who joined her mother-in-law, The Queen Consort, in arriving by vehicle.

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During the procession and arrival at Westminster, Catherine was seen wearing a beautiful brooch that once belonged to Her Majesty, paying a beautiful tribute to The Queen through her jewellery.

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Photo credit: Christopher Furlong - Getty Images

The brooch Catherine wears is composed of three leaves and includes gold, pearls and diamonds. Her Majesty was seen wearing this brooch on a trip to South Korea in 1999.

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Photo credit: YUN JAI-HYOUNG - Getty Images

Being lent pieces from Her Majesty's collection is common, with her daughters, granddaughters, and also the wives of her sons and grandsons.

Once arriving at Westminster Hall, The Princess of Wales was by the side of her husband, William, Prince of Wales. The couple were seen standing with Prince William's brother and his wife; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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Photo credit: Christopher Furlong - Getty Images

The Queen's coffin has now arrived at Westminster Hall where she will lie-in-state until the funeral on Monday 19 September.

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