The Queen is in town! Well, she kind of always is, but tomorrow (March 13) the whole royal family will be out and about at St Paul’s Cathedral for the Afghanistan Commemoration Service. They will be joined by war veterans for a service to commemorate the end of British involvement in the Afghanistan war.
After the service two Chinooks, two Apache helicopters, one Sea King MK4, on C-130-J Hercules and Two GR4 Tornados will be flying south to north across the city and will pass over St Pauls at 12.20pm. So keep your eyes and ears peeled!
If you aren’t near St Paul’s, it’s being shown on BBC1 so you can watch online later.
In more London news, did you know that The National Gallery has banned selfie sticks?