We've gathered the highlights of an extraordinary weekend when the world reacted to the British sovereign's passing at 96.
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The media has been so full of news about the events in England and abroad since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, you might have missed some sweet and inspiring moments that took place over the weekend.
So we thought we’d share with you some of the highlights that made us smile, and reminded us that even in her passing, the late Queen is still inspiring others.
The farming community came out in force
On Sunday, the Queen’s coffin was brought, in a cortege, from Balmoral Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. The 400 mile journey gave viewers a chance to see some of the glorious countryside so beloved by Elizabeth II. However, there were some particularly touching moments along the way.
While crowds gathered to pay their respects, the farming community came out to bid their Queen farewell in the best way they knew: by lining the side of the road with their tractors. It was a fleeting but important moment, which reminded us how the former British sovereign loved nature and the countryside, and had she not been queen, she would have loved the rural life.
A heavenly reunion
The youngest son of the new Prince and Princess of Wales, four-year-old Prince Louis, spoke a lot of sense when hearing of the Queen’s passing. His mom, Princess Catherine, revealed during a public walkabout that she received some consolation from her wise little Louis. “My little Louis is just so sweet. He said, ‘Mummy don’t worry, because she is now with great grandpa,'” she explained to a member of the public.