Following theQueen’s funeral at Westminster Abbeyon 19 September, her coffin travelled in the State Hearse to Windsor where she will be laid to rest.
Ahead of herburial alongside Prince Philipat St George’s Chapel, there was acommittal service for Her late Majesty in Windsor.
The Queen’s coffin travelled from London to Windsor and along the way, it drove past the statues of her parents, King George VI and Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
The coffin procession went past the bronze statues, which are situated between The Mall and Carlton Gardens, in moving scenes and during the time, Sky Royal Events Commentator Alastair Bruce's powerful words left many viewers at home in tears.
"The Queen passes her two proud parents, watching from the side of the Mall," he said.
"Neither could have known what a great Queen their daughter would be when King George VI came unintentionally to the throne on the abdication of his brother. But two proud parents watch as the Queen goes by."
On BBC News, Huw Edwards said: "And there we are. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who died 20 years ago and King George VI who died a relatively young man in his 50s in 1952, meaning the Queen came to the throne at the age of 25.
"No question that King George VI was responsible for shaping this remarkable reign that we've seen for the last 70 years. Queen Elizabeth has reigned very much within the parameters set by her father.
"A very close bond between them, as there was between the Queen and her mother."
Following the scenes, many viewers took to Twitter to share their emotions: “Damn BBC making people teary-eyed by giving a prominent shot to the Queen's parents," one person tweeted.
Another added: "The Queen's proud parents.. What a scene! This is wonderfully produced by the BBC. Congrats to everyone involved."
A third said: "The framing shot of the statues of the Queen’s parents is a nice cinematographic touch; props to the BBC cameraman.”
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The Queen's father was King George VI, who was the monarch from 1935 until his death in 1952 at the age of just 56 years old.
While her mother was Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, better known as the Queen Mother, survived 50 years after the passing of her husband in 2002 at the age of 101 just seven weeks after her daughter, Princess Margaret, passed away.
The King George VI statue was unveiled by the Queen in the presence of her mother and other senior royals in 1955.
While the Queen Mother’s statue was sculpted in 2009 and was funded by a special five-pound coin produced to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 80th birthday.
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