BANGKOK  Thais from the city and the provinces gathered Friday morning around the Grand Palace and to see-off their beloved King. For many, a dawn without King Bhumibol Adulyadej would never be the same.

The procession left Siriraj Hospital in the afternoon and reached the Grand Palace at about 3pm. People were advised to remain quiet and calm and were asked not to take photos, wear sunglasses or use umbrellas during the ceremony.

Photo: Khaosod / Courtesy

Photo: Khaosod / Courtesy


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Actor Ruengrit “Willy” McIntosh and his mother
Actor Ruengrit “Willy” McIntosh and his mother
Famous teen actor Wongravee “Sky” Nateetorn
Famous teen actor Wongravee “Sky” Nateetorn



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