A topless protester has been detained after running in front of the crowd near Windsor Castle following the minute’s silence for the Duke of Edinburgh.
The woman sprinted on to the road shouting: “Save the planet!"
She also jumped onto a statue of Queen Victoria before police officers removed her from the scene on Castle Hill.
Images later showed the police retrieving the woman's clothes. Yahoo UK has contacted Thames Valley Police for comment.
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Hundreds of people in the Berkshire town of Windsor took part in a national minute’s silence.
Crowds lined the streets to pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.
People held Union flags, partners wore matching hats and others clutched bunches of flowers.
Some were also seen wearing custom face masks bearing Philip’s image.
Sasha Spicer, 52, who wore a Union flag poncho, said Philip had been a “fantastic role model” and that she felt sorry for the Queen.
She said: “I’ve come down to pay my respects, say rest in peace and thanks for service to the country and that we’ll miss you. He was a lovely fella.”
Windsor resident Ian Mawhinney, 56, added it had been a “sombre few weeks” in the town but that the Royal Family were “setting an example” by limiting numbers.
The Royal Family paid their final respects to Prince Philip on Saturday at a funeral that celebrated his naval past and seven decades of service.
The Queen, dressed in black with a white trimmed black mask, sat alone as the funeral service began in St George's Chapel.
In line with coronavirus rules there were just 30 mourners at the service in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, who all wore masks and were socially distanced.
After the nation observed a minute's silence, Princes Harry and William took up their places on opposite sides of the chapel.
Before the procession, military bands spaced out across the quadrangle of Windsor Castle to play the prince's chosen music, including I Vow To Thee My Country, Jerusalem and Nimrod.
Police have confirmed they arrested a woman on Saturday afternoon.
They said in a statement: "At around 3.05pm Thames Valley Police made an arrest of a 55-year-old woman from West Sussex, on suspicion of using threatening/abusive words/behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
"She is currently in police custody."
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