Those who attended the King's coronation came from near and far away, and were undeterred by the wet weather, as ITV News' Paul Brand reports
Royal fans from all over the world braved rainy weather and grey skies over London to witness the coronation of King Charles III.
A sea of umbrellas and hoods could be seen across the capital, as crowds gathered to watch the ceremony on big screens.
Thousands more joined the procession down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace to catch a glimpse of the King and Queen on the balcony, as well as the coronation flypast, which managed to go ahead despite weather concerns.
Looking at the forecast, Met Office meteorologist Marco Petagna said it's "definitely wet weather gear" weather, adding "it’s not going to be very nice this afternoon".
"A lot of standing water around, puddles. Things could be a lot better, to be honest, not looking nice at all."
He said the conditions were "certainly good for reservoirs" but "not particularly good if you are doing events out and about as many people are".
Listen to ITV News' podcast, The Royal Rota...