While citizens can place flowers by the the temporary memorial next to the Queen Elizabeth II plaque in Aylesbury town centre.
Already a host of flowers have been left at the site.
Yesterday (11 September) thousands of Bucks residents attended the proclamation ceremony in Aylesbury where the High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire , read the Proclamation of King Charles III.
Similar events were held at towns and villages across the county.
The UK is in a period of national mourning until 20 September.
It was announced on Sunday (11 September) that the Queen’s funeral would be held next Monday (19 September).
Buckingham Palace announced the passing of the UK’s longest ever serving monarch on Thursday (8 September).
Many Aylesbury officials have paid tribute to the monarch who visited Aylesbury twice during her 70-year reign.