London 2012: Olympic Torch visits Wembley on day 68 of relay
The Olympic Torch is currently at Wembley Stadium on day 68 of the Torch relay.
Badminton player Nathan Robertson, who won a silver medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics mixed doubles partner Gail Emms, is carrying the Flame inside the venue.
Gordon Banks, who was a member of the 1966 England team which won the World Cup, will carry the Flame along Olympic Way with Wembley Stadium in the background once the Flame leaves the Stadium.
The Torch began its day just after 9.15am at Headstone Manor in Harrow. Jo Hyams, 29, from Harrow, carried the Flame across the bridge and moat at the manor.
The Flame is currently on its way through Brent, and has already been carried by boxer James Degale, and football coach Keith “Gussy” Young.
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Musician Labrinth carried the Flame on the leg between Harrow and Brent.
Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in the films, is to carry the Flame later today at Middlesex University.
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The Torch relay will also go to Enfield and then to Haringey, where its journey will end at Alexandra Palace. The final torchbearer of the day will be Olympian Daley Thompson.