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The best of today's Diamond Jubilee pictures

The Duchess of Cambridge chats to the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace Photo: PA Wire

The fourth day of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations saw the Queen honoured at a host of events, despite the notable absence of Prince Philip by her side.

The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to hospital suffering from a bladder infection but the show went on for the rest of the royals.

The day kicked off with a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's, followed by a lunch at Westminster Palace, a carriage procession and then concluded with a royal balcony appearance, a flypast and a rifle salute.

Here's a look at the best pictures of the day:

The Queen waves as she leaves the service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA Wire
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA Wire
The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a nude-coloured Jane Taylor hat Credit: PA Wire
Mike Tindall smiles at his wife Zara as the pair sit in St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA Wire
The Duchess of Cambridge whispers to Prince Harry in St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA Wire
Princess Beatrice waves at the crowds as she arrives for the service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA Wire
The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall sing along during the service of thanksgiving Credit: PA
David Cameron and Ed Miliband wave at each other across the aisle in St Paul's Credit: PA Wire
David Cameron, shares a joke with wife Samantha Cameron, Nick Clegg and his wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez Credit: PA Wire
The royal family leave St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge beam at a reception at the Guildhall in central London Credit: PA Wire
Prince Eugenie gets into the Jubilee spirit with her painted nails Credit: PA Wire
Prince Harry chats to guests at a reception at the Guildhall in central London Credit: PA Wire
The Queen is joined in the 1902 State Landau by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall Credit: PA Wire
The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall sit together as they travelled in the procession to Buckingham Palace Credit: PA Wire
The carriage procession travels through the streets of London to Buckingham Palace Credit: PA Wire
The Queen was notably without Prince Philip by her side after he was taken ill with a bladder infection Credit: PA Wire
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge smile at the crowds lining the street as they join the carriage procession Credit: PA Wire
An estimated 1.5 million people flooded The Mall to catch a glimpse of the royals on the balcony of Buckingham Palace Credit: PA Wire
The Duke of Cambridge points something out to his grandmother
The Red Arrows fly overhead as the Queen stands on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London

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