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Members of the public will be able to visit King Richard III's tomb at Leicester Cathedral from tomorrow afternoon.
It's after the king's casket was reburied at the reinterment service this morning, attended by around 2,000 people.
Between Monday and Wednesday 20,000 people queued for up to four hours to catch a glimpse of the coffin itself as it lay in repose.
Hollywood star Benedict Cumberbatch had read a special poem written for the reburial ceremony for his ancestor, former King Richard III.
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Scientists at the University of Leicester have revealed they believe the Sherlock actor is a second cousin of the king, 16 times removed.
The service, held at Leicester Cathedral, saw the mortal remains of the last Plantagenet king lowered into a tomb where he will lie in rest.
A coffin carrying the mortal remains of last Plantagenet king, Richard III, has been lowered into the ground by armed servicemen.
As a specially-composed anthem was sung by the choir at Leicester Cathedral, the men lowered the coffin into position.
Prayers followed, before the soldiers slowly dropped the former monarch's remains into the tomb where he will be interred.
Members of the royal family have arrived at a ceremony to mark the reburial of the last Plantagenet king, Richard III.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex, wife of Prince Edward, was joined by the current Duke of Gloucester, who is the patron of the Richard III Society.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Leicester to see a procession ahead of the service, which is being held at the city's cathedral.
King Richard III's living descendants have arrived at Leicester Cathedral for the medieval monarch's reburial service.
Wendy Duldig, and Michael & Jeff Ibsen, can be seen here slowly walking into Leicester Cathedral.
Michael's DNA was used by scientists at the University of Leicester to confirm the skeleton found underneath the council car park in 2012 was that of the king.
A march of honour has taken place through the centre of Leicester, ahead of a service to mark the reburial of former King Richard III.
Archbishop Justin Welby will lead the reinterment service, which is set to begin at 11.30am.
Hollywood star Benedict Cumberbatch has arrived at a ceremony to mark the reburial of his ancestor, former King Richard III.
The Imitation Game and Sherlock star will read a specially written poem during the service, which is being held at Leicester Cathedral.
Scientists at the University of Leicester have revealed they believe the actor is a second cousin of the king, 16 times removed.
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Leicester to pay their respects at a ceremony marking the reburial of the last Plantagenet king, Richard III.
As bells rang to mark the event, special guests and those who won a ticket through a ballot started filing in to Leicester Cathedral, where the ceremony will be held.
The coffin bearing the former monarch's remains, which were discovered under a council car park in 2012, will be lowered into a tomb of Swaledale stone following the service.
Benedict Cumberbatch is to read a specially written poem at the re-burial of Richard III, who scientists say is a distant relative of the actor.
The Imitation Game star, who is due to star in a forthcoming BBC television series about the monarch, will read the poem at a Leicester Cathedral service later today.
Richard III's coffin, containing his mortal remains, will be lowered into a specially made tomb of Swaledale stone inside Leicester Cathedral.
It is reported the Queen has also written a tribute in the order of service acknowledging the king's role in British history.
The Bishop of Leicester said today's service would be "solemn, but hopeful" and mark the "extraordinary moment" in English history brought about by Richard's death on August 22, 1485.
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Thousands waited for up to four hours today to pay their respects to King Richard III ahead of his reburial later this week.
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