The Queen's state funeral was attended by royals and dignitaries from all over the world.
However, there was one figure in particular who sparked debate on social media over his attire at the funeral.
Former England rugby player Mike Tindall, 43, is married to Zara Tindall, née Phillips, the Queen's eldest granddaughter and daughter of Princess Anne.
During Monday's funeral, he was spotted wearing three medals on his jacket, causing many Twitter users to ask what they were for.
One person tweeted: "What did Mike Tindall do to get four military medals? Watch Dad’s Army?"
Another said: "What medals has Mike Tindall got? Has he got his World Cup winners medal pinned to his jacket?”
One Twitter user wrote: “Mike Tindall with a chest full of medals. He was an egg chaser, not a military man.”
But none of Tindall's medals have anything to do with the military.
One of his medals relates to the fact that Tindall is a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE), handed out for his services to sport.
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In 2003, he was part of the England squad that won the Rugby World Cup in Australia.
The MBE medal was the cross-shaped one he was wearing at the funeral.
The other two medals were given to him in commemoration of the Queen's Diamond and Platinum Jubilees respectively.
These were given to him as he is a member of the Royal Family.
The Queen's state funeral is not the first occasion that Tindall has worn all three medals.
In June, he wore the trio of medals at a thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
He wore all three together again just last week, at a service which concluded with the Queen's coffin being brought to Westminster Hall to lie in state.
During the state funeral, Zara and Mike Tindall sat across the aisle from King Charles III and senior members of the Royal Family.
At the service, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said of the Queen: “People of loving service are rare in any walk of life. Leaders of loving service are still rarer.
“But in all cases those who serve will be loved and remembered when those who cling to power and privileges are long forgotten.
“The grief of this day – felt not only by the late Queen’s family but all round the nation, Commonwealth and world – arises from her abundant life and loving service, now gone from us.
“She was joyful, present to so many, touching a multitude of lives.”
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