Princess Anne was greeted by adoring well wishers as she visited a memorial in Scotland, including a cute little girl who handed her a bunch of flowers.
The Princess Royal and her younger brother, Prince Edward, were among the Royals who stepped out to pay tribute at memorials for the Queen across the UK.
Crowds of mourners met Princess Anne as she travelled to Glasgow to visit Scots who had shed a tear for the Queen, as her mother lay in state at Westminster Hall.
Dressed in mourning black, the late monarch’s daughter looked through the floral tributes which had been left outside the city chambers for her mother.
She was by the late monarch’s side when she died at Balmoral a week ago, and has accompanied Her Majesty on her final journeys, before again returning today.
Anne appeared to be in good spirits as she offered comforting words to weeping royal fans and chatted with children in the crowds.
While she was in Scotland, her brother, Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, 58, and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, 57, joined well-wishers who had queued up outside of Manchester Cathedral.
The Prince visited the cathedral in the city centre, before lighting a candle and reading from the book of condolences that has been left in Manchester Central Library.
Both royals put on brave faces just 24 hours after they had been part of the procession that lead their mother to Westminster.
They walked side-by-side behind the Queen’s coffin, along with King Charles III before thousands of Brits lined up to visit her lying-in-state.
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