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Processional route announced for 5 June

Buckingham Palace has published details of the processional route to be taken by Her Majesty from Westminster Hall, the Palace of Westminster, to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 5 June

The Queen, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Henry of Wales will travel by carriages following a Diamond Jubilee lunch at Westminster Hall, to be given for The Queen by the Livery.

The three carriages will leave New Palace Yard and process up Whitehall, to Trafalgar Square, through Admiralty Arch and down the Mall, through the Centre Gates at Buckingham Palace.

The Queen and Prince Philip will be using the 1902 State Landau in this procession.

Find out more about the public ballot for seating outside Buckingham Palace on 5 June (this ballot is being organised by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

3D Google Map of the processional route

A map of the carriage procession route on 5 June 2012 from the Palace to Westminster to Buckingham Palace (via Trafalgar Square).
A map of the carriage procession route on 5 June 2012 from the Palace to Westminster to Buckingham Palace (via Trafalgar Square).
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A map of the carriage procession route on 5 June 2012 from the Palace to Westminster to Buckingham Palace (via Trafalgar Square). The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal family will travel by carriage along the processional route © Press Association