Words fail me, quite honestly. Having watched the State Funeral with my wife and two of my children, we were all simply lost for words. What a day, what perfection, what poignancy, what an appropriate farewell to our beloved Queen. It was simply magnificent and perfectly executed. I could spend hours picking out individual moments but, for me, those eight Guardsmen who carried the coffin carried out their duty with a gentle panache that only the Household Division can perfect - well, i would say that, wouldn't I. The Royal Navy team pulling the gun carriage were also magnificent and did the Senior Service proud. And what an emotional rollercoaster for King Charles and the rest of the Royal Family. I hope that after today they will be left alone to grieve in peace. I was fortunate and honoured to have served the Queen for nine wonderful years and the many memories I have will stay with me forever, as will all the sights and sounds we saw today. Faultless and unforgettable. Somehow I felt the Queen's healing and unifying hand touch all of us. She now rests in the Royal Vault at St George's Chapel with her beloved husband, Prince Philip. Rest in peace, Your Majesty, and thank you for everything.