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All six living former PMs pay their respects to the Queen at Westminster Abbey


All six living former Prime Ministers paid their respects to the Queen at her funeral service in Westminster Abbey today.

Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Major were among those attending the state event.

A group of them arrived together, looking slightly awkward as they exchanged greetings by the entrance, before taking up prominent seats.

All the ex-premiers were accompanied by their spouses – Mr Johnson with Carrie, Mrs May with Philip, Mr Cameron with Samantha, Mr Brown with Sarah, Sir Tony with Cherie, and Sir John with Norma.   

Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Major were among those attending the state event

Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Major were among those attending the state event

The premiers seemed to exchange a few awkward words of greeting and have their order shuffled on arrival at the Abbey

The premiers seemed to exchange a few awkward words of greeting and have their order shuffled on arrival at the Abbey

The former PMs were led through the imposing surroundings to their seats today

The former PMs were led through the imposing surroundings to their seats today

Mr Johnson was accompanied by his wife Carrie today

Mr Cameron arrived with wife Samantha for the sombre event in Westminster today



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