Katie Price has shared a touching tribute to the Queen on the day of her funeral.
Her Majesty passed away peacefully on September 8, Buckingham Palace confirmed at the time.
Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral was held on September 19.
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Katie logged into her Instagram page on Monday to repost a video which was originally posted on the Royal Family's page which showed the Queen through the years.
She also shared an illustration by Murphy's Sketches which showed a Corgi sat on a picnic blanket with "Goodbye your majesty" written underneath.
Alongside the sweet drawing, there was a caption that said: "And thank you, for everything #murphyssketches"
The original post attracted many comments who complimented the talented piece of art.
One fan penned: "Aw this is so beautiful."
Another added: "Another amazing sketch."
A third posted: "Wow this image."
While a fourth person said: "You really are one talent artist who has certainly captured exactly what the majority of the nation is feeling through your recent art work."
At Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, Sir Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster was busy on the streets of London, adhering to her oath to the Monarch after joining the police.
The former model "signed the oath of Office of Constable to Her Majesty the Queen" back in April 2021 after joining the City of London police force.
She recently appeared on Good Morning Britain where she revealed she had policed the recent memorial for the late Queen Elizabeth II at St Paul's Cathedral in London.
Videos have since been shared online of the Loose Women star policing the streets of Westminster as world leaders and royal families from across the globe gathered to pay their respects.
Taking to social media, one user shared a video of Penny in her full uniform as she made her way through huge crowds who had lined The Mall.
Wearing a stabproof vest, the blonde star politely asked the crowd if they could make way for her, while some spotted the famous copper.
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Just days after the Queen's death, Penny was among the hundreds of officers waiting at RAF Northolt ahead of the special military aircraft carrying the Queen's coffin.
Police were on guard marshalling the hundreds of people who had lined the streets to pay tribute to the UK's longest-reigning Monarch.
Penny signed up for the job of Special Constable after appearing on the reality show Famous and Fighting Crime.
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