Thousands of people gathered in London to watch the annual Lord Mayor’s Show.
Beginning with a river pageant at 9am on Saturday morning, the show is the first public engagement for new Lord Mayor Andrew Parmley.
The event, which has taken place for over 800 years, sees the Lord Mayor travel from the Guildhall to the Royal Courts of Justice where he swears allegiance to the crown.
Crowds lined the streets at 11am for the world-famous annual procession which had around 7,000 people taking part this year.
Among those who came along was Dame Barbara Windsor, who told London Live it was a very emotional day for her.
She said: “It’s the first time I’ve ever been here so I’m really thrilled and honoured.”
“I just wish God had been kind to us with the weather.”
The celebrations will continue into the early evening with a firework display over the Thames at 5.15pm.
Rockets will be set off from an area between Blackfriars and Waterloo, closing roads so they can be seen from both sides of the river.
Free walking tours are also being held in the City from 3pm.