Hyde Park is expecting around 100,000 mourners on Monday as the country prepare to bid farewell to Her Majesty on the day of her funeral.
The royal park has already set up four big screens and food trucks as they expect campers to arrive early on Sunday to bag the best spots.
Since the Queen’s death, roads around Buckingham Palace and Westminster have been marshalled by crews of security teams ensuring mourners are cordoned appropriately.
A Hyde Park SES site supervisor told the MailOnline that two stages have also been put up, but ‘no one knows what for’.
The supervisor also said that campers will be allowed as the land is public and that consequently no one would stop them.
Speaking to the MailOnline, the warden said that 100,000 people could ‘easily’ show up to the park and, pointing to the greenery, said: ‘Put it this way, you know all that green grass? You’re not going to get a blade of it on Monday’.
He added that the number of people will easily surpass the 62,000 that…