Across the world, millions are grieving the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Tributes have poured in from every corner of the globe, from New Zealand to New York.
But London – the city where the monarch spent the Blitz and lived much of her life – will doubtless be the centre of commemoration.
Many mourners will head to the city, and the cabinet office is urging travellers to plan ahead.
“We recognise that many people will travel to Buckingham Palace and other Royal Residences as a mark of their respect,” a spokesperson said.
“We expect large crowds, which can pose risks to public safety. Those who do travel are asked to follow any instructions
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