A day after the terror attack on Westminster bridge and the Houses of Parliament, a vigil is held at Trafalgar Square with London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
Above image: Crowds gather around a candle vigil in Trafalgar Square to pay their respects.
A young girl beckons her father to help light a candle in memory of those who lost their lives in the terror attack.
Well-wishers light candles and leave tributes to the victims of the attack.
A Rabbi initiates a public conversation with a Muslim woman holding a protest sign, 'Not in my name'.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan stands with Home Secretary Amber Judd and acting Metropolitan Police commissioner, Craig McKay to light candles in remembrance of those affected by the attack.
Tributes to the victims are left on the North side of Westminster bridge next to the police cordon where the attack took place.
A woman with flowers stands in thought at the point where the first victims were hit by the hire car driven by Khalid Masood.
A journalist works under the police cordon surrounding Parliament Square after the incident.
Onlookers climb Nelson's column to get a better view of the proceedings.
A police officer lays a floral tribute.
A Muslim woman defiantly holds up a sign saying, 'Not in my name'.
Crowds gather around a Rabbi and a Muslim woman as they engage in a public debate about how representatives of each religion can move forward from this tragedy.
A visibly distressed Muslim woman is comforted by a friend.