Tributes have been paid to Queen Elizabeth II at Dumfries House, following the sad news of her passing yesterday.

Dumfries House is owned by the Prince's Foundation, the charity set up by the Queen's son, now King Charles III, in 1986. 

Since the Foundation bought the house in 2007 from the 7th Marquess of Bute, it has become a hotspot for royal enthusiasts to come and visit.

Many people were on the grounds of the house on Friday to pay their respects, with a number of bouquets of flowers being placed carefully on the house's steps, as well as the house's flag flying at half mast.

Flowers laid on the steps in front of Dumfries House in tribute to the Queen"Thank you for your service. RIP Ma'am"

The car park at Dumfries House was full of vehicles, with many people chosing today to visit the house following yesterday's sad announcement.

Flowers laid on the steps in front of Dumfries House in tribute to the QueenTributes to The Queen

Flowers laid on the steps in front of Dumfries House in tribute to the QueenTributes left at Dumfries House

WATCH: Footage of The Queen's visit to Dumfries House