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Buckingham Palace is among the places where preparations are getting well under way.
The royal coach gets a thorough scrub down.
A bit of elbow grease gets the royal coach buffed up nicely.
When it comes to polishing, nowhere is overlooked.
That's a lot of bricks! A creative design for the occasion by LEGO.
Every speck of dust has to be removed
How many miles of bunting has been produced for these Jubilee celebrations?
These magnificent grey horses are getting ready to play their part on the big day.
It's a riot of Red, White and Blue!
Finishing touches are being made to seating near to Buckingham Palace
Union flags will line the Mall.
Work continues on the seats near to Buckingham Palace.
Hang out more flags! The whole of the city is starting to get into celebratory mood.
Preparations gather pace at the Victoria Memorial near Buckingham Palace
All the main streets are being decked out with bunting
The venue for the Jubilee Concert is still under preparation.
Buckingham Palace looks in good shape for the big day.
Hundreds of thousands will be out on the streets of the capital during the Jubilee.
The Union Flag flies from Buckingham Palace so Her Majesty is at home.
Last stages of preparation at the Victoria Memorial.
One of London's new double-deckers
The Victoria Memorial undergoes a transformation for the Jubilee celebrations.
The hottest seats in town. Some of the best views of the whole event will be from these seats.
Thousands will be within a few yards of this historical event.
Final preparations are being made at the Victoria Memorial
Thousands of temporary seats have sprung up opposite Buckingham Palace for visitors from around the world.
Final preparations underway at the Victoria Memorial.
Crowded London streets are just that bit more cheerful with a bit of bunting.
Finishing touches are being made to the Jubilee Concert venue.
There'll be even more thousands than usual thronging the area outside the Palace on Jubilee Day.
Grandstand seats await for a lucky few on the big day.
Hundreds of miles of barriers will be in place to control the crowds.
The Victoria Memorial can barely be seen amid all the preparations
Regents Street is ready for the big weekend.
The quiet before the storm. There'll be a lot more people outside Buckingham Palace soon.
The temporary stands are still taking shape.
Libertys looks resplendent in the sun and flying the flag