The capital was awash with colour and excitement during Pride in London at the weekend.
Pride is an annual festival that celebrates LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender +) individuals, and is the biggest one-day event held in London annually.
Fun events had been taking place for Pride all week (even Wembley Stadium got involved!), with a huge parade taking place on Saturday (June 27), from 1pm to 4.30pm throughout Soho.
Around 30,000 people took part to wave their flags and show their support.
The Pride celebrations come as the US Supreme Court ruled same-sex marriage was a legal right across the United States on Friday, meaning 14 states with bans would no longer be able to enforce them. Due to this change in law, the atmosphere was happy and excited, with thousands dressing up and taking part.
The theme of the parade was Pride Heroes, with many dressing up in colourful batman and superman costumes to honour the title.
Helen Williams, a spectator of the parade, said: "The day is just so friendly and positive, with a brilliant atmosphere, everyone is so respectful of each other.
"I'm so grateful that Pride takes place in London, and I hope to come to the parade for many more years to come!"
For more information about Pride and events going on near you next year, head to the official website.
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