Queen Elizabeth's

 About 22:00 BST on Friday night

Man Arrested after approached Queen Elizabeth's coffin

About 22:00 BST

He was arrested under the Public Order Act and was taken into custody, Metropolitan Police said.

A statement from Scotland Yard said: "Around 22:00 on Friday 16 September officers from the Met's Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command detained a man in Westminster Hall following a disturbance."

A Parliament spokesperson said: "We're aware of an incident in Westminster Hall, in which a member of the public moved out of the queue and towards the catafalque.

"They have now been removed from the hall and the queue restarted with minimal disruption."

Earlier in the evening, the King was joined by siblings Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, in a vigil at the coffin of their mother, who died on Tuesday aged 92.

"They have now been removed from the hall and the queue restarted with minimal disruption."

Earlier in the evening, the King was joined by siblings Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, in a vigil at Windsor Castle.

The Queen is lying in state in Westminster Hall until Saturday morning, when her funeral will take place at St Paul's Cathedral.

Read more stories:

Queen Elizabeth live updates

Taylor Swift's Midnights