The last person to see the Queen lying down said it was an “honor” – and went through the queue twice overnight to see her coffin.
People queued for kilometers to watch Queencoffin, but the view closes at 6:30 a.m. after more than four days.
The coffin will now leave Westminster Hall shortly after 10:35 a.m. and funerals at Westminster Abbey will begin at 11 a.m.
The last person in the queue was Chrissy Heerey, from near High Wycombe, who, like thousands before her, bowed in silence.
She first saw the Queen’s coffin at 1.15am but said she “felt she needed to go through it again”, so she queued for a second time.
Ms Heerey, who serves at the RAF, said: “I swore allegiance to her – I just feel so proud to be in the air force and to be one of her subjects.”
She called the Queen a “wonderful woman who will never be replaced”.
“I just feel so proud that I was there and so honored that I’ve been given the privilege to be able to go through again, and obviously the last one,” added Ms Heerey.
Despite the 14-hour queue, she remained in London to watch the funeral and told Sky News it would be a “long but well worth it”.