Coronation clean-up: London winds down after historic ceremony

The streets of London wound down on Sunday (7 May) following the coronation of King Charles III which saw thousands of people flood the capital.Buckingham Palace looked serene following the historic event which saw Charles crowned Britain’s first new monarch in 70 years at Westminster Abbey. The event is estimated to have cost the UK taxpayer upwards of £100 million and on Sunday morning, abandoned tents and lots of rubbish were left scattered along The Mall.