The Royal Wedding Procession on Friday, 29 April will take in some of the most prestigious and historical sites of London.
The London home and one of the primary residences of the English monarch
This is the official home of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall formally home of the late Queen Mother.
This red coloured thoroughfare is perhaps one of the most famous roads in the UK
Horse Guards Parade
This is a parade ground backing on to St. James’s Park used for Trooping of the Colour and Beating Retreat.
This address is most famous as the official residences of the democratically-elected government, traditionally number 10 where the Prime Minister resides.
Houses of Parliament and Big Ben
There are few more iconic buildings than this in the capital. The building is also home to one of the most famous clocks in the world – Big Ben.
The traditional ceremonial site for Commonwealth monarchs, the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster has been historically employed for the coronation of monarchs.
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