The famous queue stretching miles through central London is best known as a place for mourning, with people waiting up to 24 hours to pay their respects to the Queen.
But it has also become famous for the camaraderie among those putting their stamina to the test, with many finding new friends in the line.
Some now think there might even be a love story from the event after two strangers were interviewed about how they plan to meet up again on the day of the funeral itself.
The pair, named only as Jack and Zoe, started talking on Friday night and were with each other throughout the long wait to get to Westminster Hall.
‘We met at 10:30 pm last night, and we’ve been throughout the whole thing ’till now,’ Jack told Channel 4 News Minnie Stephenson yesterday.
‘We’ve got loads of things in common,’ he said, as Zoe smiled and said, ‘yeah.’
Asked whether they would stay in touch after they finally left the queue, Zoe replied: ‘Yeah, a hundred percent.’
Graduate sports therapist Jack then added that they were ‘going to the funeral together on Monday.’
Zoe said: ‘It’s going to be mixed emotions. And it’s something that is part of history so we want to be there and share that moment with someone else.’
Jack said: ‘It’s going to be somber. Seeing the Queen go down through to Windsor – it’s going to be weird to see.’
They both agreed in unison that they had a ‘good chat’, with Jack adding that ‘crisps and chat’ had sustained them throughout the long wait.
Zoe said they had been ‘sharing stories, having laughs and banter.’
Reporter Minnie Stephenson, who interviewed them, shared the video with the caption ‘Call me queue-pid’ along with a heart on fire emoji.
It has since garnered a lot of attention, with many hoping that the meeting could be the start of a romance.
Some even say it is rom-com material, with several suggesting Richard Curtis could write a new one called ‘Queue Actually’.