Gallery technicians with (left) Queen Elizabeth II, from: Reigning Queens screenprint in colours by Andy Warhol (estimate: �70,000-100,000) and (right) Queen Elizabeth II, from: Reigning Queens (Royal Edition) screenprint in colours by Andy Warhol (estimate: �100,000-150,000) at Christie's in central London during the preview of the auction house's "Prints and Multiples and Banksy: I Can't Believe You Morons Actually Buy This Sh*t Online" sale. Picture date: Friday March 26, 2021.
Newlyweds pose for a wedding photographer on empty streets and without family in Westminster, London, Tuesday, March 23, 2021. One year since Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced UK-wide lockdown to slow the fast-spreading coronavirus, a national day of reflection is being organized to remember the people who have died after contracting COVID-19.The U.K. has registered more than 126,000 virus-related deaths, the highest pandemic death toll in Europe and the fifth-highest worldwide.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
Protester is arrested at Achilles Statue in Hyde Park during an Anti Lockdown protest. Huge numbers of protesters gathered in central London to protest the use of lockdowns in the UK and the implementation of the Police Bill. The demonstration marks one year since the UK entered into its first lockdown which was intended for "Three weeks to flatten the curve and protect the NHS". The Conservative government has come under a lot of pressure from the public to end the lockdowns despite concerns that coronavirus cases may rise. The demonstration will have alarmed 10 Downing Street who would fear the prospect of a summer full of unrest if ending the lockdown is not ended. (Photo by Edward Crawford / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
Workers remove rogue varieties from a field of daffodils at Taylors Bulbs near Holbeach in Lincolnshire, where the fourth generation family firm plant over 35 millions bulbs and harvest around 2.5 million cut daffodil flowers each year. Picture date: Monday March 20, 2021.
Bonhams employees display a Pablo Picasso portrait called 'Femme au Beret Mauve' unseen for nearly 40 years, in London, Wednesday, March 24, 2021. The painting is being shown in cities around the world before being offered for sale at Bonhams Impressionist and Modern Art sale in New York on Thursday May 13. It has an estimate of 10,000,000-15,000,000 US Dollars. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Flowers left on Westminster Bridge in London on the fourth anniversary of the terror attack, in which five people lost their lives. Picture date: Monday March 22, 2021.
Education Minister Peter Weir enjoys an ice cream during a visit to Sacred Heart Boys Primary School in North Belfast. Seven more year groups of school children in Northern Ireland have returned to classes after three months of home learning during the coronavirus lockdown. Picture date: Monday March 22, 2021.
Kew Garden horticulturist Joanna Bates works in a heart shaped flower bed at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens in London, Monday, March 22, 2021. The 'Yellow Hearts to Remember' is a planting tribute to remember those lost to COVID-19 and is to be seen just one year after the first lockdown in Britain. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is shown around the Team Tempest facility, during a visit to BAE Systems at Warton Aerodrome in Lancashire, England, Monday, March 22, 2021 to mark the publication of the Integrated Review and the Defence White Paper. (Christopher Furlong/Pool Photo via AP)
Dr Kuldip Sule administers a dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine at the Guru Nanak Gurdwara Sikh temple, on the day the first Vaisakhi Vaccine Clinic is launched, in Luton, England, Sunday, March 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)
Protesters set fire to a vandalised police van outside Bridewell Police Station, demonstrating against the Government's controversial Police and Crime Bill. Picture date: Sunday March 21, 2021.
EMBARGOED TO 0001 TUESDAY MARCH 23 Dr Ana da Silva Filipe, head of Genomics at the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research. Picture date: Tuesday March 16, 2021.
Trafalgar Square is illuminated yellow during the National Day of Reflection, on the anniversary of the first national lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Picture date: Tuesday March 23, 2021.
Police officers conduct a search within the grounds of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Picture date: Wednesday March 24, 2021.
People pose for a selfie under cherry blossom in Battersea Park, London. Picture date: Wednesday March 24, 2021.
Green Keepers at Allerton Manor golf course in Liverpool prepare the course ahead of reopening on March 29 when further restrictions are eased in England's third national lockdown. Picture date: Wednesday March 24, 2021.
Pedestrians wearing face coverings walks past a souvenir shop, closed due to Covid-19, in central London on March 24, 2021. - Britain's annual inflation rate unexpectedly fell in February as coronavirus curbs sparked heavy discounting for clothing and footwear, official data showed Wednesday, soothing market concerns over inflationary pressures. (Photo by JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP) (Photo by JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP via Getty Images)
A woman enjoys spring weather in Green Park as lockdown continues in London, Tuesday, March 23, 2021. A year to the day since Prime Minister Boris Johnson first put the country under lockdown to slow the fast-spreading coronavirus, a national day of reflection is being organized to remember the people who died after contracting COVID-19.(AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
A robin shakes its tail feathers in Victoria Park, Bath. Picture date: Thursday March 25, 2021.
Takeit Easy ridden by Kielan Woods (second right) clear a fence before going on to win the Visit racingtv.com Handicap Hurdle at Ludlow Racecourse. Picture date: Thursday March 25, 2021.
Richard Quinlan, Chief Ambulance Officer for the North Leinster region, at a walk-in test centre on the grounds of Grangegorman Primary Care Centre in Dublin as a number of centres have opened in areas where there is a high rate of Covid-19 transmission. The public does not need to get a GP referral and all tests will be free under the new initiative. Picture date: Thursday March 25, 2021.
Head gardener Simon Tetlow stands in the Japanese Garden as he prepares for the return of visitors to Tatton Garden's, Tatton Park in Knutsford, Cheshire, which will reopen when further coronavirus lockdown restrictions are eased in England next week. Picture date: Thursday March 25, 2021.
Canon Tom White holds a mass service at St Mary's Catholic Chuch in Calton, Glasgow, after coronavirus regulations that forced the closure of churches in Scotland and criminalised public worship were deemed unlawful by the Court of Session. Churches are due to be allowed to open on Friday under Scottish Government guidance. Picture date: Thursday March 25, 2021.
Members of staff clean the cover of the pool during pre-opening preparation and cleaning of Charlton Lido, south London, following its closure due to lockdown. Picture date: Thursday March 25, 2021.
Daffodils around the base of Warkworth Castle in Northumberland. Picture date: Friday March 26, 2021.
Assistant priest Deepak Shastri at the Hindu Mandir Glasgow after the partial easing of lockdown restrictions in Scotland allowing communal worship to resume. Picture date: Friday March 26, 2021.
Protesters gathered outside Batley Grammar School in Batley, West Yorkshire, where a teacher has been suspended for reportedly showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammed to pupils during a religious studies lesson. Picture date: Friday March 26, 2021.
EDITORIAL USE ONLY A flock of model ravens descend on Baker Street station to celebrate the launch of supernatural Sherlock Holmes drama - The Irregulars on Netflix, London. Picture date: Friday March 26, 2021.
Lorries arrive in Dover, Kent, onboard a ferry from France as reports suggest government ministers are planning to introduce mass testing for lorry drivers arriving in the UK who are currently exempt from being tested. Picture date: Friday March 26, 2021. (Photo by Gareth Fuller/PA Images via Getty Images)
RUTHERGLEN, SCOTLAND - MARCH 26: Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party plants flowers in a community garden with Otis Calike in Overtoun Park son March 26, 2021 in Rutherglen, Scotland.Scotland holds its next parliamentary election on May 6. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)