The six-hour burial service parade was the start of three days of grieving fixated on Scotland, progressing forward with Monday with an excursion along Edinburgh.
The sovereign's demise in Scotland, at her home in Balmoral, highlighted her nearby connections to the country, which for two days will be the focal point of public grieving.
Yet, the excursion of her body is likewise an outing weighed down with political hints, as new inquiries emerge about the eventual fate of Scotland's freedom development.
The promotion of Ruler Charles III comes all at once of recharged assembly for Scottish autonomy, convoluting the methodology for the people.
Political investigators said that regard for the sovereign and her dedication to Scotland could briefly hose the warmed discussion over freedom.
"The truth that it has occurred here builds up the association with Balmoral, and the arrangements for the memorial service have major areas of strength for a component,"