The beautiful wreath that has been placed on top of Her Majesty's coffin alongside her Imperial State Crown, the Orb and the Sceptre.
This wreath was specially requested by her eldest son King Charles III. It contains "foliage of Rosemary, English Oak, Myrtle and flowers in shades of gold, pink and deep burgundy, with touches of white, cut from the gardens of Royal Residences".
The Myrtle is cut from a plant grown from Myrtle in the Queen's wedding bouquet in 1947.
In a statement released ahead of the funeral, Buckingham Palace said the foliage has been chosen "for its symbolism."
The wreath includes rosemary "for remembrance" and myrtle, which is "the ancient symbol of a happy marriage." The English oak symbolizes "the strength of love."
"Again at His Majesty's request, the wreath is made in a totally sustainable way, in a nest of English moss and oak branches, and without the use of floral foam," Buckingham Palace said in the statement.
When looked closely, there's a handwritten note from King Charles III placed in between the flowers.
It said: "In loving and devoted memory, Charles R."
The "R" stands for "Rex" which means King in Latin. When "R" is used by Queens, it stands for "Regina" or "Queen" in Latina. During Her Majesty's reign, she would sign official documents with "Elizabeth R".