Queen’s funeral from space: Stunning images capture scale of crowds through the streets of London

Stunning satellite images have captured the huge scale of the Queen’s funeral procession through the streets of London with hundreds of thousands lining the streets to say their final farewells after spots filled up to see the solemn procession at 9am this morning. 

Up to 2million people crowded into central London to see the coffin after the state funeral at Westminster Abbey attended by 2,000 royals, heads of state and 200 members of the public.

And these stunning moments from Westminster Abbey to the Mall, and through the Albert Memorial have been captured from above showing the sheer scale of the crowds who lined central London’s streets to catch a glimpse of the casket and were squeezed into Hyde Park to watch the momentous event on screens along with 4billion people who watched the funeral on TV. 

Mourners covered the royal hearse in flowers as it travelled to Windsor from Wellington Arch this afternoon after the Queen was carried past Buckingham Palace for a final time. 


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