The London Eye has welcomed it's 50 millionth visitor. It opened it's doors in March 2000 for the first time. To commemorate today's milestone, the Anderson family were given a private capsule with champagne.
Three generations of the family were at the Eye with visiting American grandparents Gregg and Sandy joining Eric, his wife Caroline and their children Stefan, Heidi and Martha.
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