Mark Thatcher has paid tribute to his mother and expressed thanks for the messages of support.
Mark Thatcher says his mother would be "humbled" by the presence of The Queen at her funeral.
He added: "I would like to say how enormously proud and equally grateful we are that Her Majesty has agreed to attend the ceremony next week in St Paul’s and I know my mother would be greatly honoured as well as humbled by her presence."
Sir Mark Thatcher said his mother Baroness Thatcher would be "greatly honoured as well as humbled" by the Queen's presence at her funeral next week.
MPs and peers will today pay their respects to Baroness Thatcher after Parliament was recalled from its Easter recess so tributes could be paid to the former prime minister.
They will debate a single line motion which reads: "That this House has considered the matter of tributes to the Rt Hon Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG OM."
The Prime Minister will lead the debate on the death of Lady Thatcher, Ed Miliband will follow, before Speaker John Bercow then calls MPs to contribute.
The order paper for proceedings indicate the debate may continue until 10pm, at which point Leader of the House Andrew Lansley will adjourn the Commons until its planned return from the Easter recess on Monday.
Flowers have been left outside Margaret Thatcher's Belgravia home. The card reads:
"RIP Maggie Thatcher.
"The greatest British leader and a true lady.
"You make Britain what it is. Rest in peace."