Uri Geller thinks there'll be UFOs in London today for the Queen's funeral

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Uri Geller has told Londoners to keep their eyes on the sky in case they spot UFOs during the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

The psychic thinks the inhabitants of planet earth won’t be the only ones wanting to ‘pay their respects’ after the late monarch’s death aged 96 on September 8, and he suggested extra-terrestrials will also be visiting the capital.

Sharing a video on Twitter the evening before the Queen’s state funeral – which is taking place this morning (September 19) – he urged people to have their eyes peeled for potential alien sightings.

He said: ‘Friends, watch the skies over London tomorrow! The Queen’s funeral, a holy and emotional day. Billions will be watching around world. I believe that “they” will also want to pay their respects too.

‘Look, just three months ago, a UFO – watch this – flew over Her Majesty’s Jubilee [celebrations]. This might happen again tomorrow.’

He added: ‘If you happen to catch it on video or you see anything, send it to me. God bless the Queen.’

While it remains to be seen if any UFOs will be spotted over London today, a host of celebrities have arrived at Westminster Abbey to pay their respects.

Adventurer and Chief Scout Bear Grylls is among them, while Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh was confirmed to be attending.

The Queen’s coffin has been lifted from the catafalque, and will travel to Westminster Abbey for the last time so the world can say a final goodbye.

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She will be carried from Westminster Hall in the Houses of Parliament, where the late monarch has laid in rest for four days, as thousands of Brits had the opportunity to pay their own personal tributes.

Following this morning’s funeral service at 11am, her eldest child King Charles III will lead the rest of the Royal Family in following the late monarch’s coffin through the heart of London.

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