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Street cleaners sweeping up outside the Houses of Parliament, making sure everything is spic and span before the Queen arrives for her Diamond Jubilee luncheon.
An eerily quiet Bakerloo Line train at Oxford Circus at 8.10am. Very different from a normal rush hour.
London's street-cleaning teams will face a massive clean-up operation when the Diamond Jubilee celebrations come to a close this evening.
They are expecting to clear away 30 tonnes of bunting, champagne bottles and flags from the capital's streets.
Patricia and William Brown got married 60 years ago, during the same week as the Queen's Coronation. Now, the couple from Romford are celebrating their Diamond Wedding Anniversary.
Among the thousands of boats that took part in the Jubilee Pageant, were the little ships used during the evacuation of Dunkirk. No strangers to national service, the boats were used in 1940 to rescue British and French servicemen from the frontline during World War Two.
Their owners have been talking to Marcus Powell about their role in yesterday's historic event.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been taken to hospital with a bladder infection, Buckingham Palace said have confirmed.
Philip, 90, was taken to the King Edward VII Hospital in London from Windsor Castle earlier today as a precautionary measure.
He will remain in hospital under observation for a few days, a palace spokeswoman said.The news was released just hours before the Diamond Jubilee concert was due to begin in front of Buckingham palace.
London Tonight caught up with the London Ambulance Service to find out some tips for staying warm for the rest of the Jubilee weekend.
Royal watchers are hoping that Prince Harry will make a surprise appearance on stage tonight for his grandmother the Queen during a star-studded concert in her honour.
Take That star Gary Barlow, who has helped to organise the event, did not quash the rumour when asked if the royal would play the tambourine for the crowds, saying "we'll see".
He added: "There's a few surprises tonight, I think you've all been staring up on the roof there, there is an act on the roof, there are a few surprises to come so we'll see."
Harry played the instrument on the Diamond Jubilee track Sing, written by Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber, which will be played tonight.
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An investigation has been launched into how unpaid workers bussed into London for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations were left stranded.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams spoke of the Queen's lifelong dedication to her people, her country and the commonwealth.