King and Prince William make surprise visit to queue

STORY: Greeted by cheers and shouts of "God save the King," Charles walked alongside part of the queue for the queen's lying-in-state, asking those lining up how long they had been there and whether they were warm enough.

His son and heir, Prince William, also chatted to the crowds wanting to honor the queen who died aged 96 last Thursday (September 8).

William, a fan of Premier League soccer club Aston Villa, joked with rival Manchester United fans, while one woman told him she had been in the line for 30 hours.

People are continuing to flock to central London, adding to the already hundreds of thousands who have filed past the coffin.