The Red Arrows will fly over Pride in London for the first time at this year’s parade.
Nine jets from the Royal Air Force (RAF) Aerobatic Team will perform a red, white and blue flypast for thousands at the event on Saturday, 25 June.
It will be the first time that the Red Arrows have flown over a Pride parade.
The flypast also marks a busy day for the team who will also display at the national Armed Forces Day event in Cleethorpes, north-east Lincolnshire.
More than 200 defence personnel are expected to march in this year’s Pride in London parade.
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