Green Park closed in London, where flowers were brought in memory of the Queen

Green Park, one of the two main places where the British brought flowers in memory of Queen Elizabeth II, was closed in London, correspondent reports.

Now the crowd of thousands is forced change your route and go to Hyde Park to lay flowers there.

People walk past Buckingham Palace as a sign of respect for the Queen.

Recall that the funeral of Elizabeth II will take place on September 19th. The Queen died on September 8 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at the age of 97. Her eldest son, Charles, has become the new British monarch, taking the name Charles III.

It was previously reported that people in the UK who want to attend tomorrow's funeral of Queen Elizabeth II are already lining up now. The British are pitching tents in front of the Winston Churchill monument, bringing folding chairs and camping boilers.

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