The hearse leading the seven-car cortege had left Balmoral Castle, where the queen died on Thursday aged 96, just after 0900 GMT and made a 180-mile (290 kilometre) journey along streets lined with mourners.
Her death has drawn tears, sadness and warm tributes, not just from the Queen's own close family and many in Britain, but also from around the globe — reflecting her presence on the world stage for seven decades.
The military C-17 Globemaster touched down on Tuesday evening at RAF Northolt, an air force base in the west of the city, about an hour after it left Edinburgh in Scotland.
The Olivares Funeral Home promoted new coffins bearing the Barbie emblem and hot pink colour under the slogan, "May your soul rest in peace, like Barbie."
In an incident that shocked Ecuador, people who were sitting during a funeral ceremony heard a woman suddenly breathe from inside the casket the day after her death was announced, according to what was narrated by the son of the woman.
The 33-year-old coffin maker, who is struggling to make sales, was caught removing IVF inserted into the veins of cholera patients on admission.