Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Cambridge visited the Westway Sports and Fitness Centre to meet those affected by the fatal Grenfell Tower fire.
Whilst leaving the centre, they spoke to members of the emergency services.
Just before leaving, a round of applause erupted from inside the gathering crowd, showing appreciation for the Queen's visit.
Gripping a poster containing the images of two missing children, a man then beckoned both members of the royal family over, pleading "where is the justice for our children, please?"
The Duke of Cambridge responded: "I will come back."
Seventeen people have been confirmed dead in the tragedy, with a reported 76 people missing. Thirty people remain in hospital, with 15 in critical care.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been seen entering Chelsea Hospital, which is treating nine patients from the fire - six of those critical.
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