London ponies, fighters and military groups held a full dress practice before sunrise for the parade that would convey the casket of Sovereign Elizabeth II from Buckingham Castle to Westminster 

Ponies taking part in the parade have gone through extraordinary preparation for Wednesday evening's system, including how to deal with the blossoms and banners that are tossed toward grievers.

Individuals line on the South Bank as they sit tight for the stylized parade of Sovereign Elizabeth II's final resting place in London, Wednesday September 14, 2022.

Among the ponies is Cassius, a 18-year-old pony who went to the burial service of previous UK State head Margaret Thatcher in 2013.

The parade on Wednesday evening will see Lord Charles III and different royals stroll past the Sovereign's final resting place at Westminster Lobby in Parliament. 

The sovereign's final resting place will stay in the realm for four days to honor individuals.

Cops stand monitor at the Shopping center in front of the stately parade of Sovereign Elizabeth II's final resting place from Buckingham Castle to Westminster Lobby in London, 14 September 2022