Take a look at the flowers, cards, and other tributes to the late monarch, following her recent passing.
Following the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II last week, tributes have been laid across the United Kingdom. Although she died in Scotland, a place she held dear, our late monarch was a Londoner through and through. Born in Mayfair, she moved into Buckingham Palace as a young princess when her father, King George VI, took the throne, and it remained her London residence and office throughout her reign.
Just hours before the Queen’s remains were escorted back to Buckingham Palace this evening, I went to Green Park to see the many tributes paid by Londoners, Brits and visitors to the UK. Although originally laid outside Buckingham Palace, nearby Green Park has since been designated the official tribute location. A lengthy, but fast-moving queue started at Birdcage Walk, past the palace, eventually ending at Green Park.
Here’s some photographs of just some of the lovely tributes laid in Green Park over the past few days: