According to a report published by Evening Standard, The Guildhall art gallery is set to open a book of condolence to allow the public to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II.
The London venue will house the book in honour of the long-reigning monarch, who died at Balmoral castle on Thursday. The book will be placed on the upper level of Guildhall art gallery on Sunday, open to the public to sign from 10.30 am, with people encouraged to pay their respects.
"We are opening a Book of Condolence tomorrow to give the public an opportunity to pay their respects to Her Majesty The Queen. It will be open at Guildhall Art Gallery from 10:30-16:00, every day until 21 September," they tweeted.