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In Pictures: Bridges and blooms basking in spring sunshine

The sunny weather is set to stay for the rest of week.

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(Aaron Chown/PA)

(Aaron Chown/PA)

(Aaron Chown/PA)

The UK is enjoying plenty of spring sunshine with temperatures in the mid to late teens in many parts.

After the coldest start to April since 2013, the sunny weather is set to stay for the rest of week, the Met Office said, but the outlook for the last week of the month is less clear, and it could bring unsettled weather.

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Spring in Llangollen, North Wales (Peter Byrne/PA)

Spring in Llangollen, North Wales (Peter Byrne/PA)

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Spring in Llangollen, North Wales (Peter Byrne/PA)

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The early morning sun casts shadows at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (Peter Byrne/PA)

The early morning sun casts shadows at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (Peter Byrne/PA)

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The early morning sun casts shadows at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (Peter Byrne/PA)

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Assistant ranger David Wodehouse at the National Trust’s Basildon Park near Goring-on-Thames in Berkshire (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Assistant ranger David Wodehouse at the National Trust’s Basildon Park near Goring-on-Thames in Berkshire (Jonathan Brady/PA)

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Assistant ranger David Wodehouse at the National Trust’s Basildon Park near Goring-on-Thames in Berkshire (Jonathan Brady/PA)

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Pickle the spaniel jumps through a blanket of bluebells at Basildon Park (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Pickle the spaniel jumps through a blanket of bluebells at Basildon Park (Jonathan Brady/PA)

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Pickle the spaniel jumps through a blanket of bluebells at Basildon Park (Jonathan Brady/PA)

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The Long Walk in Windsor (Steve Parsons/PA)

The Long Walk in Windsor (Steve Parsons/PA)

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The Long Walk in Windsor (Steve Parsons/PA)

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The sun was shining as Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer visited Wales (Peter Byrne/PA)

The sun was shining as Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer visited Wales (Peter Byrne/PA)

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The sun was shining as Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer visited Wales (Peter Byrne/PA)

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Gardner James Randall tends to blooms at the first Hampton Court Tulip Festival (Aaron Chown/PA)

Gardner James Randall tends to blooms at the first Hampton Court Tulip Festival (Aaron Chown/PA)

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Gardner James Randall tends to blooms at the first Hampton Court Tulip Festival (Aaron Chown/PA)

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Hampton Court Palace is preparing to reopen to the public with the easing of lockdown restrictions (Aaron Chown/PA)

Hampton Court Palace is preparing to reopen to the public with the easing of lockdown restrictions (Aaron Chown/PA)

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Hampton Court Palace is preparing to reopen to the public with the easing of lockdown restrictions (Aaron Chown/PA)

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