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Tuesday, 4 June, 2002, 11:56 GMT 12:56 UK
In pictures: Jubilee procession
Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of central London to see the Queen travel to St Paul's Cathedral for her Golden Jubilee service of thanksgiving.

Duke of Edinburgh and Queen in gold state coach
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh travelled to St Paul's in the splendour of the gold state coach

Thronged crowds watch the procession
Crowds thronged the streets to share in the pageantry of the royal procession

Duke of York, Princes William and Harry and Princess Eugenie
The Duke of York, Princes William and Harry and Princess Eugenie shared a carriage ride to St Paul's Cathedral

Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex
Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex waved to the crowds along the streets of central London

Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie
Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie were at the cathedral

Queen and Duke of Edinburgh in St Paul's
The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Princess Anne walk down the aisle at St Paul's

Princes William and Harry
Princes Harry and William listening to the readings in St Paul's Cathedral





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