Sarah, Duchess of York looked full of emotion as she looked at the tributes laid at Windsor Castle for her "incredible mother-in-law", the late Queen Elizabeth.
The Duchess, 62, had maintained a close bond with the late Monarch since her early days dating Prince Andrew and even remained close to the sovereign following their divorce.
Thousands of mourners have flocked to the late Queen's weekend home, Windsor Castle, laying floral tributes as well as stuffed corgis.
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Sarah and her ex-husband Prince Andrew who live at Royal Lodge on the Windsor Estate travelled to the castle to look at the flowers left for his mother.
It comes just a week after the late Queen died at her beloved home, Balmoral Castle, aged 96, with King Charles and Princess Anne at her side.
While viewing the tributes, the Duchess wore a black blazer and top, paired with a knee-length skirt and black shoes in fitting with the Royal Mourning dress code.
Her firey tresses were held back by a black headband while she sported a gold necklace around her neck.
The Duke wore a black mourning suit and white shirt while the Duchess took photos of the tributes on her iPhone before the former husband and wife got back into their awaiting Range Rover.
Last week, the mother-of-two paid tribute to the Queen who she described as "incredible".
In a statement shared with the Daily Star, the Duchess said: "She leaves behind an extraordinary legacy: the most fantastic example of duty and service and steadfastness, and a constant steadying presence as our head of state for more than 70 years.
"She has given her whole life selflessly to the people of the UK & the Commonwealth.
"To me, she was the most incredible mother-in-law and friend. I will always be grateful to her for the generosity she showed me in remaining close to me even after my divorce.
"I will miss her more than words can express."
Despite no longer carrying out official royal duties, the Duchess normally remains politically neutral and doesn't intervene with anything of the nature.
However, she exclusively told the Daily Star that she "won't be deterred" from speaking out against the "dreadful" Russian invasion of Ukraine.
She told us: "I think this goes beyond politics.
"I think everyone has a duty to condemn unnecessary suffering when they see it and I certainly won’t be deterred from speaking out."
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