RM2C5DP90Bonhams, New Bond Street, London, UK. 2nd July 2020. Bonhams Old Masters Paintings Sale preview, with the sale being held on 7th and 8th July, during London Art Week. Image: Circle of Daniel Mytens (?Delft 1590-1644 The Hague). Portrait of King Charles I, three-quarter-length, standing, wearing a brown and gold doublet and hose, the sash of the Order of the Garter and the Great George, holding a pair of gloves, beside the Scottish crown laid on a table, estimate: £15,000-20,000. Credit: Malcolm Park/Alamy Live News.
RM2C6E4XKLondon, UK. 09th July, 2020. King George III's Tourbillon Watch, 19th century, made by Abraham-Louis Breguet - The Father of Modern Watchmaking - is to be auctioned at Sothebys, New Bond Street, Estimated at £700,000-1 million. It was sold to the King of England in the midst of the Napoleonic Wars. It is on public view in Sotheby's New Bond Street galleries (10-13 July) and will be auctioned on 14 July. Credit: Guy Bell/Alamy Live News
RM2G7FWXHLondon, UK. 12th July, 2021. The Burger King sign on their restaurant in London's Leicester Square seen smashed after England football fans threw bottles at it before the Euro 2020 final on Sunday. Credit: SOPA Images Limited/Alamy Live News
RF2F8M5GEJuly 2020. London. Architecture and office windows in King Cross, London, England, UK
RM2C81HCFBeech B200 Super King Air M-SPOR landing at London Southend Airport, Essex, UK. Twin engine light plane about to touch down on runway
RM2C6E83MLondon, UK - 9 July 2020 Sotheby's photo call for King George III’s Tourbillon Watch, one of Most Important Watches of the 19th century, made by Abraham-Louis Breguet, the Father of Modern Watchmaking, discreetly sold by the French Watchmaking Genius to the King of England in the midst of the Napoleonic Wars, estimated at £700,000 – 1 million. Credit: Nils Jorgensen/Alamy Live News
RF2EA0N82LONDON - 16TH JULY 2020: The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre
RM2C8ANEXLondon, UK. 22nd July, 2020. Andy King (on loan from Leicester City) of Huddersfield Town during the Sky Bet Championship match between Millwall and Huddersfield Town at The Den, London, England on 22 July 2020. Football Stadiums around remain empty due to the Covid-19 Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit supporters inside venues resulting in all fixtures being played behind closed doors until further notice. Photo by Andy Rowland. Credit: PRiME Media Images/Alamy Live News
RF2D36YRJUxbridge, London Borough of Hillingdon, UK. 2nd June, 2020. Shoppers walk past the closed Greene King Queen's Head pub. The pub remains closed following the Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy
RM2G728YBCardiff, UK. July 10th : during the 2021 Summer Internationals match between Wales and Argentina at Principality Stadium.
RF2G726C7Uxbridge, London Borough of Hillingdon, 9th July, 2021. The Fig Tree pub has reopened having closed through most of the Covid-19 lockdown. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy
RM2C5PXRPLondon, UK. 4th July, 2020. A pedestrian walks past the Lyceum Theatre where The Lion King was staged before the lockdown.Some Theatres across the country were wrapped in bright pink tape at the launch of the ''˜'Missing Live Theatre'' campaign by Scene Change, the collective of British Theatre Designers. This follows advice that its 400 team of casual workers would be laid off in a move said unavoidable as the Covid-19 crisis continues to force job losses across the British theatre landscape. Credit: David Mbiyu/SOPA Images/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News