Bognor Regis' town crier was invited to an 'amazing' harvest festival ceremony at the weekend.
Town crier Jane Smith went along to St Martin's-in-the-field in Trafalgar Square where the harvest festival service was held on Sunday (October 6).
She said: "It was amazing. It was for the Pearly Kings and Queens which were established in 1857 and every year they have a big harvest festival where they all bring fruit and vegetables.
"It was very exciting."
The Pearly Kings and Queens Association is a charitable organisation and members are known for their pearl-button-decorated outfits.
Each represents a London borough and members collect money for a number of London charities.
Teresa Watts, the Pearly Queen of Clapton, called Jane 'amazing' and said the Pearly Kings were 'very proud of her'.
"We just put a call out and she was up for it and excited about it. It was absolutely great."