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Sunday, 31 March, 2002, 12:53 GMT 13:53 UK
In pictures: Crowds pay tribute
Crowds have gathered at Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Sandringham to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

A constant stream of people have left flowers at Windsor
A little girl leaves flowers for the Queen Mother at Windsor Castle

Tribute
Flowers and tributes were left outside Royal residences around the country

Floral tributes at St James's Palace in London
A woman reads a newspaper outside St James's Palace in London, in front of the tributes

A member of the pubic signs a condolence book
Books of condolence were signed by members of the public in London, Edinburgh and Norfolk

A clown leaves his tribute at St James's Palace
Clown Garibaldi from Wandsworth leaves his own tribute to the nation's favourite grandmother

A member of the public paying her own mark of respect outside Windsor
Outside Windsor: Young and old have travelled to pay their respects to the Queen Mother

On the green near Buckingham Palace, notes, some children's toys were left as a mark of respect
On the green near Buckingham Palace notes, flowers and children's toys were left as a mark of respect

Buckingham Palace on Sunday morning
Buckingham Palace, where an official notice announcing the death was posted, attracted hundreds of mourners

Windsor Castle was a focal point for many mourners
Windsor Castle was a focal point for many mourners as soon as the news broke on Saturday
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