There are long queues along the Thames as people wait to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II.
The end of the queue is now at Tower Bridge – a three mile stretch from Westminster Hall where the Queen is lying in state.
Thousands of mourners queued for many hours through the night for their chance to file past the coffin.
The Queen’s funeral will be held on Monday 19 September.
Reporting from South Bank on BBC, monitored by Kekz World News, revealed;
At 10pm on Tuesday the heavens opened.
People who had only met hours before huddled up together.
Their umbrellas offered little respite from the rain.
I was one of the lucky ones. My tent, pitched on the cold pavement of London’s South Bank, gave me some shelter from the downpour.
But even so, after just a few minutes outside, my jeans were soaked through.
I wasn’t the only one.
Vanessa Nathakumaran proudly took her spot at the head of the queue.
She only carried a bag with her – and she had more than 48 hours left to wait before she could get inside Westminster Hall.
Meanwhile, King Charles is spending the day at his country home, Highgrove
The Prince and Princess of Wales will be in Sandringham later to look at floral tributes.
Source: BBC News
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