08:07 06 June 2012
As the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations draw to a close, a royal carriage procession and flypast took place after the Queen's Thanks Giving service at St. Paul's.
At the Thanks Giving Service, the Queen was accompanied by the Royal family except Prince Philip who was taken to the hospital because of a bladder infection on Monday before the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations concert.
Also attending the service were the churchmen, politicians including the Prime minister along with his wife and the cream of British society for the hour long service. A total of 2000 guests attended the service at St Paul's.
Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the leader of the world's Anglicans delivered the sermon during the service followed by Prime Minister David Cameron with a reading from the New Testament of the Bible.
The service was followed by a lunch at the Westminister Hall and the carriage procession where thousands cheered for the Queen. The procession arrived at Buckingham Palace, where a guard of honor took place. The Royals gathered on the balcony soon after to watch the closing flypast of World War II aircraft and a display by the Red Arrows.
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