Lady Gabriella Windsor appeared to collapse as the Queen‘s coffin arrived at Westminster Hall ahead of the service yesterday.
The daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, the Queen’s cousin, attended the intimate service with her parents and husband, Thomas Kingston, and was seen standing in line with other members of the Royal Family as Her Majesty’s coffin was brought inside.
However moments later there was a slight commotion and it appears as though Lady Gabriella Windsor might have fainted, according to Hello.
Video shows a member of staff rushing over to assist and Mr Kingston turning around to help his wife.
Photos taken later in the service show Lady Gabriella missing from the line-up, although she was able to leave the Hall arm-in-arm with her husband.
Lady Gabriella Windsor (second from left), the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, attended the intimate service with her parents and husband, Thomas Kingston (centre), and was seen standing in line with members of the Royal Family as Her Majesty’s coffin was brought inside
However moments later there was a slight commotion and it appears as though Lady Gabriella Windsor might have fainted, according to Hello. Photos taken later in the service show Lady Gabriella missing from the line-up (above)
Lady Gabriella later left arm in arm with her husband, pictured, suggesting she was able to quickly recover despite her ordeal inside Westminster Hall
The Queen is placed in Westminster Hall to lie in state for the nation to pay their respects, her coffin will remain there for four days
Camilla, Queen Consort, Catherine, Princess of Wales, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at the coffin procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall
Peter Phillips, the Duke of Sussex, the Prince of Wales, the Earl of Wessex, the Earl of Snowdon, the Duchess of Sussex, the Princess Royal, King Charles III, the Duke of York, the Princess of Wales and the Countess of Wessex follow the bearer party carrying the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II into Westminster Hall, London
Extended members of the royal family have always shown their unwavering support for the late Monarch, and have appeared at several events, including the service of Thanksgiving held in honour of her reign in June during her Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The Queen’s cousins Prince Michael of Kent, the Duke of Kent and the Duchess of Gloucester were all spotted at the event today.
Meanwhile younger royals including sisters Lady Amelia and Marina Windsor, and Flora Vesterberg, stood in line alongside their relatives at the event.
Thomas Kingston, Gabriella Windsor, Lady Sarah Chatto, Lord Frederick Windsor and Sophie Winkleman leave after the service
Princess Michael, who is married to Prince Michael of Kent, appeared sombre during the sad event, paying tribute to the monarch, left. Pictured right, The Duchess of Gloucester
Lord Frederick Windsor (centre) attends the service with his wife Sophie Winkleman, and his mother Princess Michael of Kent (left)
The Queen’s extended family came out in force to honour the monarch today, including (L-R) the Duke of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, and Prince Michael of Kent
The Duchess of Gloucester and Lady Rose Gilman. Lady Rose Gilman, 42, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, does not undertake royal duties. However it is expected she will be at the funeral on Monday. She will likely attend with her husband George
Others pictured at the sombre event included Lord Frederick Windsor, who was accompanied by his wife Sophie Winkleman.
Prince Michael of Kent, who is the younger son of Prince George and the Duke of Kent looked serious, wearing military suit for the occasion.
He manages his own consultancy firm, but has occasionally represented the late Queen Elizabeth II at some functions in outside the United Kingdom. He was joined by his wife, Princess Michael, who is known for her nickname ‘Princess Pushy.’
The Duke of Kent wore a dark suit for the historical moment today. Prince Edward, who was the Queen’s first cousin, is involved with over 140 different charities, organisations and professional bodies on behalf of the Royal Family.
A peripheral royal happy to lead a life largely under the radar, Lady Helen, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, wore a smart black suit for the a solemn moment. She was accompanied by her son Cassius, whom she shares with art dealer Timothy Taylor.
Prince William, Prince Harry and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, stand in Westminster Hall alongside the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex
Prince Harry and his brother Prince William stood together with their wives Meghan and Kate as they put aside their bitter feud to pay their respects to their grandmother
Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince William, Prince of Wales, Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex pay their respects today
Harry put his hand on his face while reading the order of service for today’s short ceremony in the heart of the Palace of Westminster
Kate and Meghan arrive at Westminster Hall, where the Queen’s coffin will lie in state before her funeral at Westminster Abbey
From 5pm yesterday mourners have been able to file past the coffin to pay their respects to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch
Pallbearers from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards prepare to carry the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II into Westminster Hall at the Palace of Westminster