It’s been a few days since London unfurled its rainbow flags for Pride, but we’re still finding glitter in our hair, face paint under our nails and riding high from this year’s celebration.
It’s estimated more than 1.5 million people gathered between West End and Westminster to watch people from across the LGBTQ+ spectrum join the iconic parade, which this year marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Stone Wall protests. Here are some of our favourite moments from Saturday.
Ingenious Londoners had their best placards out in force.
Rainbow Sisters – group open to lesbian and bisexual women who have sought asylum in the UK – joined the march.
London's dogs even got involved too.
All-in-all, it was one joyous, love-filled day.
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Images by Pride in London/Getty