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An estimated 26,500 people are taking part in the festivities, which promote rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT ) community.
London's annual march is the biggest Pride celebration in the UK and is now in its 45th year.
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An estimated 26,500 people were due to take part in the parade and there is expected to be up to one million people in attendance at the festival, which promotes rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT ) community Other celebrities at the parade today included Olympic diver Tom Daley, who said: 'It's really important that we remember why Pride started - it's not just to have fun, it's about making sure that we make political progress, and making sure that we try and get equal rights for every single person across the whole world.' TV presenter Gok Wan and Emmerdale stars Gemma Oaten, Scarlett Archer and Scott Walker were also among those in the crowd.
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More than 100 firearms officers patrolled the parade, with police warning attendees of an increased police presence following the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester.
As part of the annual Pride weekend, a rainbow flag has been projected on to the Palace of Westminster for the first time.