Sir Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster was spotted on the streets in her police uniform on the streets of London.
Mourners had gathered to pay their respects to the monarch who arrived at the RAF base as she made her journey to Buckingham Palace. Penny Lancaster was among the police who were there to marshal crowds.
A Twitter user shared a photo of Penny Lancaster from last night during the arrival of Queen's coffin.
Writing on Twitter, they said: "Outside RAF Northolt tonight. The Police Officer helping control crowds getting the arrival of The Queen is Penny Lancaster, Rod Stewart's wife. Picture taken by my daughter Louise".
The model became a special constable with the City of London Police, last year after completing her training. The 51-year-old has been currently working along with her colleagues to support the police efforts.
"I signed the oath of Office of Constable to Her Majesty the Queen just over a year ago, April last year, and just as the seamless tie between Her Majesty and King Charles III, my oath will now be with the King" Penny told Good Morning Britain.
Penny has also mentioned that her husband Rod has been very supportive of her decision on becoming a special constable. She said that she wanted to be a good role for their kids Alistair and Aiden.
"I want to show my boys that it’s important to be whatever you want to be in life, and fulfil every part of yourself, even if it’s considered dangerous," she said,
"At the end of the day, the police are the public and the public are the police. We’ve got the training and the powers to do our job and to protect life."