Amanda Holden shares sweet family snap as they lay flowers in tribute to Queen
TV personality Amanda Holden took a visit to Windsor Castle alongside her mum and her two daughters to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II.
The 51 year old joined thousands of mourners who took to the streets to lay flowers in honour of the late monarch who was finally laid to rest today (Sept 19).
Wearing an oversized shacket with a pair of tanned coloured trousers, Amanda kept her look causal as she walked beside her mum and daughters Hollie, 10, and Alexa, 16.
READ MORE: Kate Middleton's 'calming hand' on 'restless' George's knee was to stop him fidgeting
As well as laying flowers, the family could also be seen walking together in Windsor.
This isn't the first time Amanda shared her condolences to the Royal family as she previously visited Buckingham Palace in London on her own to lay a single pink flower.
She has also been very vocal on social media regarding the late monarch's death.
Sharing a picture of the Queen in her younger days on Instagram, Amanda also wrote: "I think we all thought our Queen would live forever…
"Her grace, good humour and indomitable spirit embodied everything that made Great Britain, Great.
"I just can’t imagine our country without her…My thoughts are with her family #godsavethequeen."
Seeing her emotional statement on their screens, fans also headed to the comment section to echo Amanda's words.
One follower wrote: "Yes you are so right Amanda," while another chimed: "RIP our majesty queen Elizabeth sad loss Amanda xxxx."
Now that the main funeral for Queen Elizabeth has come to an end, a private burial service will begin at St George’s Chapel where the Queen will be laid to rest.
The Queen's coffin was previously laying in the royal vault at Windsor Castle since the committal service which took place this afternoon.
For the intimate event, members of the Royal family will return to the chapel where she will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel which was scheduled to commence at 7.30pm.
Elizabeth II will be buried alongside her father King George VI, the Queen Mother and her sister Margaret.
Her late husband, Prince Philip, will have his coffin moved to join her, following his death and burial in April 2021.
In 1962, the Queen commissioned the chapel and it was completed in 1969. Once it was completed her father’s remains were relocated there from the royal vault in March of the same year.
Queen didn't want royals 'locked away in palaces' following devastating death
Royal fans stunned at weight of Queen Elizabeth II’s lead-lined coffin
Royal fans devastated after Queen's beloved Emma the horse seen neighing goodbye
Source: Read Full Article