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Published on Jun 5, 2012
http://www.vidjin.com/ LONDON,Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Thanksgiving Service and Carriage Procession - 5th June 2012.14:26 "The crowd jumps in shock as the first round of the Royal Horse Artillery's gun salute echoes across Horseguards which the band of the Foot Guards plays the theme to 'Rocky' on The Mall", writes the Telegraph's Thomas Harding. And then "a great roar and cheer ripples through the crowd as the Queen goes past in her horse drawn carriage as the 60 gun salute crashes in the background". 14:24 BBC says the Queen pooh-poohed the idea of the Australian state coach which has heating and electric windows. 14:18 The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles have taken the Duke of Edinburgh's place in the Queen's carriage. The processions has begun. This is what the crowds have been waiting for and the most iconic moment of the weekend. 14:17 Uh-oh. The Telegraph's Sam Marsden texts me to say he's feeling rain. Andrew Hough confirms: Now the main event has finished at St Paul's Cathedral dozens of tourists are now queuing out front to see inside the magnificent London landmark. The Bells are in full swing over head, emitting a glorious sound over central London. As I write this, I just feel a few spots of rain on my head... Here's hoping the rain does stay away... 14:15 A fanfare signals that the Queen is about to depart for the Carriage Procession to Buckingham Palace. 14:14 BBC News have Emma Bunton from the Spice Girls on as a talking head. Scraping the barrel? 13:52 Here's a question from Bryony Gordon: How do you alleviate the boredom of a four hour wait for the royals To return? Answer: mexican waves, chants of oggy oggy oggy and cheers for the road sweepers who remain focused on the task of cleaning horse poo throughout. The bear skins are in place. Several cars have just swept up the mall though nobody knew who they were. "lord Lucan, elves, Shergar and Diana perhaps" says one witty soul. They are in fact minor royals returning, the earl and countess of Wessex who, in the words of one onlooker, "are not worth getting out if bed for" 13:48 As the Queen's lunch with 700 guests draws to a close, last minute preparations are being made at the Palace. James Kirkup, the Telegraph's Deputy Political Editor, tweets this lovely photo: