Cortege of Queen Elizabeth II has arrived to awaiting thousands of lined up crowds of people at Edinburgh.
Queen Elizabeth II cortege left around 10 O’clock on Sunday morning in Balmoral where she joined her ancestors on Thursday, drove through several villages and cities to arrive Edinburgh by 4pm.
Police motorcycle led the vehicular cortege with the hearse carrying the remains of the Queen moved behind.
Six other major vehicles were mainly shown through out the six hours journey, but other several security vehicles including a spare hearse of similar transparent glass top and windows drove behind afar from the 8 major vehicles.
The body of the Queen was received into the Throne room of Holyroodhouse after some few minutes Royal military display.