King Richard III's living descendants have arrived at Leicester Cathedral for the medieval monarch's reburial service.
Wendy Duldig, and Michael & Jeff Ibsen, can be seen here slowly walking into Leicester Cathedral.
Michael's DNA was used by scientists at the University of Leicester to confirm the skeleton found underneath the council car park in 2012 was that of the king.
A march of honour has taken place through the centre of Leicester, ahead of a service to mark the reburial of former King Richard III.
Archbishop Justin Welby will lead the reinterment service, which is set to begin at 11.30am.
Two thousand people are making their way into Leicester Cathedral for the reinterment service of King Richard III.
Those who haven't been lucky enough to get a ticket for the service, which were allocated through an online ballot, will be able to watch from screens outside.
It's also being broadcast live on Channel 4. The king's coffin will move through the Cathedral for the different stages of the religious ceremony, before being placed inside a specially design tomb.
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Speaking ahead of the reinterment service of King Richard III at Leicester Cathedral, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has been speaking to our reporter Rajiv Popat.
Archbishop Welby described the reburial of the king, who died nearly 530 years ago at the Battle of Bosworth, as a 'surreal, different occasion'. The service is due to start at 11:30am, and is being officiated by the Archbishop. Hollywood actor, and distant relative of the medieval monarch Benedict Cumberbatch, will also read a poem during the two hour long service.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has arrived at Leicester Cathedral for the reburial of King Richard III.
Archbishop Welby will lead the reinterment service which starts this morning at 11:30am.
The service be conducted in the presence of Royal Family members; the Bishop of Leicester, the Most Revd Tim Stevens, and other senior clergy; descendants of Richard III; and civic leaders.
Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England, died aged 32 in 1485 during the Battle of Bosworth.
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Leicester to pay their respects at a ceremony marking the reburial of the last Plantagenet king, Richard III.
As bells rang to mark the event, special guests and those who won a ticket through a ballot started filing in to Leicester Cathedral, where the ceremony will be held.
The coffin bearing the former monarch's remains, which were discovered under a council car park in 2012, will be lowered into a tomb of Swaledale stone following the service.
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