Who was at the Queen's Jubilee service of thanksgiving? Royal Family joined by Harry, Meghan and politicians past and present

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The Royal Family have been joined by Harry and Meghan, as well politicians past and present, for a special Jubilee service of thanksgiving in honour of the Queen.

The 96-year-old monarch was absent from the celebration at St Paul's Cathedral in London, which saw people gather outside from the early hours to celebrate the Jubilee and get a glimpse of the Royals.

Boris Johnson was booed and cheered by the crowd as the prime minister arrived, with cabinet ministers, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, the first ministers of the devolved governments and every living former prime minister also attending the event.

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