1. Various of Queen Elizabeth II's procession coming down Whitehall towards parliament
2. Various of Brexit supporters waving Union Jack flags and umbrellas singing (in English)"Bye, bye EU, bye, bye EU"
3. Mid of British flag and EU umbrella
4. Mid of British flags
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Tim Griffiths, pro-Brexit demonstrator:
"Well, actually like the British culture, which is represented by this sort of thing. The thing is, that is not the EU, that is the United Kingdom, and a lot of people want to celebrate that, even people who talk about remain, like the Royal family and things like that. The thing is, that structure is not compatible with the EU, is it, and we need to make that choice, we need to realise that and make a proper decision."
7. Various of anti-Brexit demonstrators and cutaways of guardsman
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Helen Searby, anti-Brexit demonstrator:
"I'm here today because I want to send a message to the Queen to say that we don't want our United Kingdom broken up, we want to stay, we want to keep it intact, we want the Union intact and Boris Johnson (British Prime Minister) with his crazy antics, trying to force through a Brexit, a no-deal Brexit or any kind of Brexit, is going to lead to the break up of our United Kingdom."
9. Various of Queen's procession heading back to Buckingham Palace after speech
Brexit supporters and opponents braved bad weather to watch Queen Elizabeth II ride to Westminster on Monday for the ceremonial state opening of parliament.
Clusters of British and EU flags lined Whitehall as the monarch, accompanied by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, made her way to parliament in the horse-drawn Diamond Jubilee State Coach.
Britain is scheduled to leave the EU on 31 October, and an EU summit on Thursday or Friday is considered one of the last possible chances to approve a divorce agreement.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists the country will leave at the end of the month with or without a deal.