Freddie drafted the chart-topping Bohemian Rhapsody on 15 pages of stationery from now-defunct airline British Midland Airways.
In one touching moment, the Prince of Wales kissed his father on the cheek.
The late Queen's fourth child is going up in the world (sort of).
The former health secretary certainly has form.
The Queue itself is what the lying-in-state is for.
The UN has accused Beijing of "serious human rights violations".
Former Cabinet minister David Davis urged the police to "continue to respect the right to free speech".
The ceremony is expected to be one of the largest diplomatic gatherings in decades.
"This is not a time of plenty. This is the worst crisis in years."
World leaders are due to descend on London next week to attend the service at Westminster Abbey.