Camilla stays a steadfast help for her husband throughout Vigil for Queen Elizabeth II

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Camilla, the Queen Consort, appeared solemn however stoic as she joined her husband King Charles III at a vigil for the Queen in Edinburgh this night. 

The Queen Consort sat alongside the Countess of Wessex on seats reverse the Queen’s coffin, the place King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward stood guard.

Each Camilla, 75, and Sophie Countess of Wessex, 57, regarded regarded sombre as they regarded on at their husbands, who stood with their palms clasped and heads in direction of the ground. 

Camilla, the Queen’s Consort regarded solemn as she attend a vigil for the late Queen Elizabeth II at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh

The spouse of King Charles III has remained by her husband’s facet for the reason that lack of the Queen, offering help and look after him. 

Throughout the vigil she regarded on on the coffin for some time earlier than bowing her head and searching away. 

She stored her feelings below tight management regardless of the gravity of the state of affairs. 

Members of the general public continued to file previous in St Giles’ Cathedral, the place Her Majesty’s coffin lies in state. 

Following the 10-minute vigil, Camilla left the cathedral alongside her husband, strolling down the steps by his facet. 

The couple have made a string of excessive profile appearances within the days for the reason that Queen’s demise aged 96.  

Camilla, 75, has been by her husband's side since the passing of his mother on Thursday 9th September. She joined him at the Vigil of Princes alongside his three siblings

Camilla, 75, has been by her husband’s facet for the reason that passing of his mom on Thursday ninth September. She joined him on the Vigil of Princes alongside his three siblings 

Camilla wore a black midi dress for the vigil, paired with a matching jacket, large pearl necklace and a brooch of thistle

Camilla wore a black midi gown for the vigil, paired with an identical jacket, massive pearl necklace and a brooch of thistle 

The Queen Consort was joined by Sophie, Countess of Wessex at St Giles' Cathedral. The pair looked solemn and only briefly looked at the coffin

The Queen Consort was joined by Sophie, Countess of Wessex at St Giles’ Cathedral. The pair regarded solemn and solely briefly regarded on the coffin

Charles paid tribute to his spouse’s unwavering help in his first tackle as King.  

After a brief procession, King Charles III, Anne, the Princess Royal, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward every stood on one of many 4 corners of the oak coffin with their heads bowed in a ceremony often known as the Vigil of the Princes.

The Duke of York stored his eyes closed for a time frame throughout the 10-minute vigil, whereas the Princess Royal and Earl of Wessex had their eyes mounted in direction of the ground. The King – his eyes moistening – stored his palms joined and likewise regarded in direction of the ground as members of the general public filed previous.

The King and his household stood alongside 4 suited members of the Royal Firm of Archers, who have been standing guard wearing long-feathered hats and armed with arrows and quivers.

Camilla, Queen Consort arrives to hold a vigil at St Giles' Cathedral, in honour of Queen Elizabeth II as members of the public walk past

Camilla, Queen Consort arrives to carry a vigil at St Giles’ Cathedral, in honour of Queen Elizabeth II as members of the general public stroll previous

The Countess of Wessex, the Queen Consort, the Princess Royal, the Duke of York and King Charles III Ieave St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, after taking part in a vigil as Queen Elizabeth II's coffin lies at rest

The Countess of Wessex, the Queen Consort, the Princess Royal, the Duke of York and King Charles III Ieave St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh, after participating in a vigil as Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin lies at relaxation

Camilla looked downcast as she left the Cathedral after the service, rejoining her husband King Charles III

Camilla regarded downcast as she left the Cathedral after the service, rejoining her husband King Charles III

 Earlier on within the day the Queen Consort attended the Queen’s service of thanksgiving in Edinburgh alongside King Charles III, his siblings, the Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne’s husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence. 

Because the Queen’s casket made its strategy to St Giles, Camilla adopted the procession by automotive, the place she was snapped wanting downcast.

Whereas the coffin was lifted out of the hearse, the Queen Consort appeared pensive.

It was carried by the cathedral, because the choir sang Thou Wilt Hold Him In Excellent Peace, Whose Thoughts Is Stayed On Thee.

Then the Queen’s coffin was positioned on a wood catafalque because the congregation continued to face.

At this level, the King, Queen Consort, and different members of the royal household, then walked to their seats alongside the coffin.

Tomorrow the Queen will make her remaining journey all the way down to London, the place King Charles III and Camilla will comply with. 

Camilla, the Queen Consort, looked downcast as she attended a service of thanksgiving for the Queen in Edinburgh

Camilla, the Queen Consort, regarded downcast as she attended a service of thanksgiving for the Queen in Edinburgh

Camilla, 75, appeared emotional as she followed the procession of Queen Elizabeth's coffin by car from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles' Cathedral earlier today

Camilla, 75, appeared emotional as she adopted the procession of Queen Elizabeth’s coffin by automotive from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles’ Cathedral earlier at this time

Senior royals followed the Queen's coffin into the cathedral (pictured L-R: King Charles III, the Princess Royal, the Queen Consort, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward)

Senior royals adopted the Queen’s coffin into the cathedral (pictured L-R: King Charles III, the Princess Royal, the Queen Consort, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward)

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