A beautiful yet emotional tribute art from @murphys_sketches has been circulating around on social media for all the right reasons.
If you don't have tissues nearby, it'll probably be better to grab them quickly.
The first drawing is of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth and their corgi sitting down on a picnic mat with a gorgeous view in front.
The text on the art says "Hello again Lilibet" with a heart drawing.
The artwork has touched so many people and made them cry.
"Oh this has set me off again 💔" one commented.
"Beautiful, but this made me cry 😢" another commented.
If the picture wasn't enough Joanne Boyle has written a poem that fits perfectly with this picture. The poem has been written from the Queen's point of view (POV).
And it goes like this:
Philip came to me today,
and said it was time to go.
I looked at him and smiled,
as i whispered that "I know"
I then turned and looked behind me,
and saw I was asleep.
All my Family were around me,
and I could hear them weep.
I gently touched each shoulder,
with Philip by my side.
Then I turned away and walked,
with My Angel guide.
Philip held my hand,
as he lead the way,
to a world where King's and Queens,
are Monarch's every day.
I was given a crown to wear
or a Halo known by some.
The difference is up here,
they are worn by everyone.
I felt a sense of peace,
my reign had seen its end.
70 years I had served my Country,
as the peoples friend.
Thank you for the years,
for all your time and love.
Now I am one of two again,
in our Palace up above.
That was a tear-jerker!
Another artwork that has been taking the rounds on social media is that of the Queen holding hands with the Paddington Bear and walking away along with her corgi. She's wearing her green signature hat with a green trench coat.
The drawing itself was emotional but someone wrote the text "Ive done my duties Paddinton, please take me to my husband", which made it even more emotional.
Paddington went on Twitter to thank the Queen for everything.
"Thank you Ma’am, for everything" Padding wrote.
We're so glad Paddington and Queen made a fun memorable skit that we can always watch.