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Friday, 5 April, 2002, 15:50 GMT 16:50 UK
Picture gallery: Funeral procession
The Queen Mother's funeral procession has taken place in London with thousands of mourners gathered along the route. People are preparing to wait hours to file past her coffin.

Members of the household cavalry
Horse guards moving into position ahead of the procession

The procession passes along Whitehall
Up to 1,700 service personnel took part in the procession

Queen Elizabeth and Lady Sarah Chatto
The Queen and her niece Lady Sarah Chatto leave Buckingham Palace

Soldiers from the 1st Battalion Irish Guards were the pallbearers
Irish Guardsmen escorted the coffin along the route

Viscount Linley, Prince William and Prince Harry
Viscount Linley with Princes William and Harry followed the coffin of their great-grandmother

The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales, Prince William, Duke of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent
In solemn step - Prince Charles and the Duke of Edinburgh lead the family cortege

Flowers from the Queen on top of the Queen Mother's coffin
The Queen's tribute to her mother read: "In loving memory, Lilibet"

The Queen Mother's coffin is put into place
The Queen Mother's coffin is set on a seven-foot high catafalque in Westminster Hall

Mourners queue
Up to 20,000 people prepared to wait hours in a two-and-a-half mile queue to pay their respects

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