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Team GB's medallists were getting the heroes' welcome they deserved as the Olympic parade events came to Trafalgar Square on Tuesday.
With Team GB winning 67 medals and the Paralympic team claiming 147, it's set to be a full square to greet them after a tremendous performance in Brazil.
Olympians such as our very own Hounslow hero Mo Farah, as well as around 350 other athletes were set to attend - with music, viewing billboards and festivities also on the agenda.
An emotional farewell to fans was set to take place as Jessica Ennis-Hill officially retires from athletics.
If you can't make it to the square, getwestlondon will be there throughout the event bringing you the latest from the parade live and the reaction from crowds.
"Here in spirit" ?
At least one of his winning moments was shown on the screens.
Sounds like no Mo Farah
It’s becoming clear that Mo Farah was not at this afternoon’s parade, despite him being previously billed to appear.
Athletes filing out
Well it looks like things might be coming to a close.
It looks like a no show from Hounslow’s Mo Farah with Jessica Ennis Hill also not been spotted.
Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis Hill missing?
Hmm, maybe they’re saving them until later on?
What a view indeed!
Wow. Just take a look at that view - This was taken by Liam Heath
Mayor of London speaks
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan speaks to the crowds, saying “you smashed it!”
The Spice Girls!?
West London’s Paralympian Natasha Baker compares the results of the female equestrian team to the Spice Girls
Wow, it’s absolutely packed in Trafalgar Square!
Tom Daley and Matt Whitlock take to the stage
Mayor of London on the scene
The Mayor of London is on the scene
Teams coming out now!
This is it! The teams are all coming out.
Our reporter Amita Joshi says there’s a “brilliant atmosphere” in the square
Heroes coming onto the stage
Take a look at our second Facebook Live video direct from Trafalgar Square
What a lovely sentiment!
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The Queen hosting a reception
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will give a reception for TeamGB, seems fitting!
Security on the door
Bag searches are currently in progress as scores of people pour into Trafalgar Square.
It's getting busy!
With just over 30 minutes until the parade gets underway, things are starting to get very busy in the famous square!
What do you need to know?
Where is the parade taking place?
It is taking place on Tuesday, October 18, at Trafalgar Square in central London.
When does it start?
The parade will officially begin at 1pm, with official organisers saying it will last around 90 minutes from start to finish.
Do I have to pay to watch it?
No, the event is free.
Here we go!
Hello, hello! It’s Michael Pearson here back in Get West London HQ as reporters Amita Joshi and Lois Swinnerton are on the scene in central London.
We’ll be bringing you all the updates from Trafalgar Square as the sporting heroes are welcomed home!
If you’re in the area, do contact us on Twitter via @getwestlondon or on our Facebook page.