Ms Lette said: “The other thing to mention is the reason this funeral has so resonated with the British public.
“Unlike Australia who has been so blessed to pull the draw bridge up and be Covid-free whereas in Britain around 127,000 people have died.
“We have been in a state of loss, grief, bereavement and trauma for so long.
“Seeing the Queen sitting there, going through this ordeal alone when so many people have had to go to Zoom funerals, not funerals.
“The Queen kind of epitomised what Britain has been through.
“That is why I think the whole service has resonated profoundly with the British public.”
Ms Lette went on to praise the Queen for her dedication to duty despite the difficult time.
Many viewers watching the funeral took to Twitter to voice their appreciation for the emotional sendoff.
One Twitter user wrote: “I just feel so sad for the Queen.
“Considering the restrictions it was a beautifully lead service.
“Even in these times, no one does ceremony better than the Brits, I have already shed a tear.”
Another added: “I am so bl**dy proud of this truly wonderful spectacular funeral.
“I am shedding a tear for Lilibet and Phil the Greek but I am so proud this is part of being British.
“It represents our values and traditions and shows our love for Queen and country.