The Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall brought her daughter Mia, eight, to the Queen's committal service in Windsor Castle.

Zara, 41, and her husband Mike could be seen walking into St. George's Chapel hand-in-hand with Mia.

They also accompanied the daughters of Zara's brother Peter Phillips, Savannah, 11, and Isla, 10, into the church.

All three of Princess Anne's granddaughters wore black dresses with sweet black hairbands pulling back their blonde hair.

Zara and Mike, a former rugby player, are also parents to daughter Lena, four, and son Lucas, one, who were not in attendance.

Zara – the eldest granddaughter of the late monarch – dressed in all-black outfit for the solemn occasion, which she paired black pillbox hat and a pair of pearl earrings.

Her outfit paid tribute to her late grandmother, who was rarely pictured without her beloved pearls during her 70-year reign.

Alongside his wife, Mike was also dressed in mourning black for the sad occasion, with a number of medals adorning his blazer.

Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, were in attendance at the Queen’s state funeral earlier at Westminster Abbey today and again accompanied their parents, William and Kate, to the Queen's committal service in Windsor.

Princess Charlotte sat between Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and her mother Kate, Princess of Wales, on the front bench on one side of St George’s Chapel.

William, Prince of Wales sat on the end of the row next to his son Prince George, followed by Kate, Princess Charlotte, and then Harry and his wife Meghan.

Princess Charlotte was seen sharing a sweet moment with her uncle Prince Harry during the service at St George’s Chapel.

Charlotte was seen adjusting her hat before looking over at her uncle. Harry then briefly looked up and caught her eye and smiled at the princess.

At the end of the service, the Queen’s coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel.

The King and the Royal Family later gathered for a private burial service on Monday in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, following the Queen’s State Funeral and committal service.

The Queen has now been reunited with her beloved husband the Duke of Edinburgh, interred alongside him in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.

The tiny King George VI Memorial Chapel houses the remains of the Queen’s father George VI, her mother the Queen Mother and sister Princess Margaret.

When Philip died 17 months ago, his coffin was interred in the Royal Vault of St George’s – ready to be moved to the memorial chapel when the Queen died.

A statement on the Royal Family’s official website said: “The Queen was buried together with The Duke of Edinburgh, at The King George VI Memorial Chapel.”

The statement said the burial service, which took place at 7.30pm, was conducted by the Dean of Windsor.

A senior palace official had said previously that the service and burial would be “entirely private, given it is a deeply personal family occasion”.


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