Self portraits by children from 28 Norwich schools and one city Brownie pack are set to be projected onto the front of Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess of Cambridge has won a rousing reception for her first public speech delivered in Suffolk.
The Duchess of Cambridge has used her first public speech to praise the work of an 'inspirational' charity in the Anglia region.
1800 pre-school children at Halstead in Essex are to be given a commemorative Diamond Jubilee coin.
The Mayor of Halstead, Councillor David Hume, will distribute the coins to nine pre-schools during the next two weeks.
Prince Andrew visited the headquarters of engineering company Cosworth today as part of a trip to Northampton. The Duke of York was there to discuss the firm's apprenticeship scheme.
Prince Andrew inspects the work of engineers at Cosworth in Northampton as part of a visit to the town.
He is then due to open a new building at Northampton College.
The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived at the Treehouse Hospice in Ipswich where she will give her first public speech since becoming a royal. She was greeted by crowds of children who'd waited all morning for her to arrive.
Kate will be shown around the hospice and meet children and their families who receive care and support from East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH), before making her first public address at about 11.30am.
The Duchess of Cambridge will make her first public speech in Ipswich when she visits one of her charities, East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
Kate will address the organisation's staff, supporters and the families of children with life-threatening conditions who are supported and cared for by the charity which works across Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.
She is royal patron of the charity and visited it privately last autumn when researching which good causes she wanted to support.