Street parties and other events are being held across the East this weekend to celebrate the 90th birthday of the QueenRead the full story ›
Gunners and musicians joined forces in Colchester today to send 90th birthday greetings to Her Majesty The Queen.Read the full story ›
Schools across the region have been paying tribute to the Queen as she officially celebrates her 90th Birthday this weekend.
This picture was sent to us by staff at Snettisham Primary School in Norfolk.
They were joined by the local emergency services and personnel from RAF Marham for a BBQ lunch for pupils and family in honour of the Queen's 90th.
A garden centre in Cambridge has built a giant flower display in the shape of a massive cake to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday today.
Scotsdales at Great Shelford created the four-tier cake out of brightly-coloured begonias and lobelia.
The Queen has two birthdays – her actual one, on April 21, and her official one, today.
Children from Southery Academy in Norfolk took a trip to Sandringham to deliver their homemade birthday cards to the Queen.Read the full story ›
Events to mark The Queen's 90th birthday have got underway. Schoolchildren across our region have been doing their bit.
Pupils at Orchards Primary in Wisbech have been busy making bunting and crowns.
They told ITV Anglia what they think of their monarch and even had a few gift ideas Her Majesty may like.
The Queen faces a hectic weekend as the nation celebrates another milestone in her long reign.
Having turned 90 in April, tomorrow is her official birthday.
She will attend the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony in Horse Guards Parade, and will then be part of a huge street party in the Mall on Sunday, organised by Peter Phillips, her eldest grandchild.
Malcolm Robertson's been looking at some of the events the Queen's attended in our region over the years.
Click below to watch his report.
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Rob Halden-Pratt
It's 50 years since the Duke of Edinburgh opened Grafham Reservoir in Cambridgeshire.
Today His Royal Highness returned to the water park to open a new £28 million pound storage and pumping station which will secure supplies to more than a million homes and businesses.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will get to see the 'Princess Charlotte Chrysanthemum' at the Chelsea Flower show later.
Sales of the plant, which is named after their daughter, will benefit East Anglia's Children's Hospices of which Kate is royal patron.
11-year-old Rebekah Hughes and her family, from Norfolk, are supported by EACH.
She met the Duchess earlier this year when she took the Duchess on an impromptu tour of a new charity shop in Holt.
Rebekah handed a posy of the Charlotte Chrysanthemum's over at the Holt shop opening and Rebekah took rather a liking to the flowers!
The producers of the flowers very kindly sent Rebekah the first ever potted version of the flowers in the world.
A US soldier has asked Prince Harry to give her Invictus Games gold medal to the medical team at a Cambridge hospital that saved her life.Read the full story ›