A crowd has gathered in the car park at Tweedbank Station, waiting for the Queen's arrival.
People have been queuing outside the station since around 6am this morning, and were allowed into the car park at 9am.
Queen Elizabeth is expected to arrive at the station at 12:18pm, where she will officially open the new Borders Railway.
Throughout the day we'll be bringing you memories of the Queen from people in our region.
Jane Kelly and her daughter Grace went to see the Queen in Kendal in 2013.
A security guard lifted Grace over the barrier so that she could present her flowers to the queen in person.
My daughter Grace and I went to see the Queen in Kendal. We went early and bought a same bouquet of red, white and blue flowers.
We waited behind the barrier near the cenotaph.
After a while the Queen's bodyguard came over and asked if Grace would like to give her flowers personally to the Queen.
He lifted her right over the barrier and placed her in the line up. I was very proud of her because she was very shy and also looked after the little ones in the line up."
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Queen Elizabeth will open the new Borders Railway today, on the day she becomes the UK's longest serving monarch.
The Queen will travel on a train down the new line, passing Stow and Galashiels, and is expected to arrive at Tweedbank Station at 12:18pm.
There, she will unveil a plaque to mark the opening of the Borders Railway.
Her reign has now lasted 70 years.
A special service will be held at Carlisle Cathedral next week to mark the Queen becoming the nation's longest-reigning monarch.
On Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth the second will beat the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria, who reigned for 63 years and 216 days.
A choral evensong will be held at 5:30 in Carlisle.
Police Scotland report that a commemorative tree planted in May this year by HRH Princess Anne at Gretna Green has been cut down sometime overnight Friday 21 August.
The pear tree was planted to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the Quintinshill rail disaster.
Constable Andy Aitken of Police Scotland at Gretna said:
it beggars belief that someone has carried out such a wanton act of vandalism.
We are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in the area of The Green at Gretna Green to get in touch through 101 if they can help."
Police Constable Ewan Fraser says the police are appealing for information form the public.
On September 9, Her Majesty the Queen will have reigned for 63 years and 217 days making her the longest serving Monarch in British History.
To mark this occasion we'd like to celebrate the reign of Queen Elizabeth II by sharing your memories of her.
If you have footage you filmed of the Queen during one of her many visits to our region over the last six decades, then we'd like you to get in touch.
Perhaps you have photos or video of the day the Queen came to your school, town or workplace?
You can also write to us at:
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The Borders Railway is to be officially opened by the Queen... on the day she becomes Britain's longest serving monarch.Read the full story ›
Princess Anne has visited a whisky distillery as part of her official tour of Cumbria.
Founder and managing director of The Lakes Distillery, Paul Currie, welcomed her Royal Highness Princess Anne to the distillery’s picturesque setting overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake today before inviting her to tour the £7m development.
It was an incredible honour to have Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal officially open The Lakes Distillery, all of us will remember this day for years to come.
As the only distillery in Cumbria, we are very proud of our team and our facilities which are already producing award-winning spirits. It was a pleasure to be able to present the fruit of our hard work to such a prestigious guest.
Her Royal Highness’ visit marks the start of our first summer season open to the public. We expect to attract 100,000 guests of all ages to the distillery each year, who will be able to follow the same tour as Her Royal Highness, and we hope they enjoy their visit just as much.”
Princess Anne visited the stillroom where The Lakes Vodka, Gin and Single Malt is produced, as well as the Bistro at the Lakes Distillery before unveiling a plaque in the courtyard to mark its official opening.
Following the official opening, The Princess Royal added:
it's lovely to see these sorts of old agricultural buildings find a really good re-use"