Celebrities pay tribute to the Queen during her funeral as they watch emotional service at home | The Sun

OUR favourite celebrities have paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II during her funeral as they watch the emotional service at home.

The likes of Molly-Mae Hague, Chloe Sims and Yazmin Oukhellou took to social media to honour the late monarch, who passed away on 8 September 2022.

The Queen's funeral took place today at Westminster Abbey from 11am, after her coffin was moved from Westminster Hall, where she was lying-in-state.

2,000 guests attended the funeral, including other Royal family members, presidents, prime ministers and celebrities from across the world.

Famous faces who weren't able to attend watched from the comfort of their homes.

Molly-Mae Hague, who is currently in Switzerland on holiday with boyfriend Tommy Fury, took time out of her day to watch the funeral.

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Sharing a picture of her TV screen and the Queen's coffin on display, Molly wrote: "Rest in peace Her Majesty The Queen," and a black love heart emoji.

Reality queen Chloe Sims also watched on from her living room.

Sharing a video of the monarch being carried into Westminster Abbey, she added a white love heart and dove emoji.

Towie's Yazmin Oukhellou posted something very similar to her Instagram story.

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Towie favourite Amber Turner posted a picture of her TV screen inside her home she shares with Dan Edgar.

She put a white dove, red love heart and an angel emoticon.

The service started at 11am and lasted for an hour.

Queen Elizabeth's casket will now be lowered into St George's Chapel's Royal vault at the end of a poignant committal service in Windsor.

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