As the Queen’s coffin makes its final journey to Windsor, 10 days of national mourning will soon come to an end.

It was a time when tens of thousands shared their memories of the late Queen or saw King Charles travel the country, and millions watched state funerals.

Tomorrow the world’s cameras and media will turn away – and we’ll return to some sort of normalcy – although the King and Prime Minister will only be settling into their new roles, with a cost-of-living crisis and a potentially tough winter ahead.

As the nation moves from the Elizabethan era to an entirely new era, we look back.

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