The Queen’s coffin was last pictured after a pledge ceremony surrounded by her family.
It was incorporated into St George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle for service after thousands of people turned out to pay their respects to a king who served them for 70 years.
About 800 people, including members of the Queen’s Household and Windsor estate staff, attended the ceremony at the chapel.
The dean of Windsor led the ceremony, with prayers by Chancellor Sandringham, minister of Crathie Kirk and chaplain of Windsor Great Park.
Before the final hymn, the Royal Crown, sphere, and scepter were removed from her coffin and placed on the altar.
The king placed the camp colors of the Queen’s company of the Grenadier Guards on the coffin.
Lord Chamberlain, the most senior official in the royal family, then broke his “Office Wand”, signifying the end of his service to the sovereign, and placed it on the coffin first. as it slowly entered the royal vault.
The late king will be laid to rest this evening.
Her final resting place will be the King George VI memorial chapel, a small annex connected to the main chapel where her mother and father are buried, and where the ashes of her sister, Cong Princess Margaret.
The coffin of the Queen’s beloved husband, Prince Philip, has been moved from the royal vault to the memorial chapel to be attended by her.
Earlier on the same day, the Queen’s funeral took place at Westminster Abbey, attended by world leaders, politicians and celebrities.