The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have been greeted at Chatsworth House in the Derbyshire Dales by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.
It will be one of numerous visits that the Queen has made over the years to the famous stately home, which has been the seat of the Cavendish family since 1549.
After meeting staff and seeing restoration work, the Queen and Duke will chat with people who take part in mountain and dog search and rescue and also cave rescue operations.
They will be presented to Peak District Park rangers and air ambulance crew and some 80 members of Derbyshire voluntary and charity organisations before enjoying a private lunch.
Prince William has joked that anyone who smashes a window during the upcoming football match at Buckingham Palace will have to answer to his grandmother.
The famous landmark will host its first ever football match between two of England's oldest amateur clubs later today, as part of the Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations.
The Football Association is preparing to honour over 150 grassroots volunteers in recognition of their dedication to the sport at a special event at Buckingham Palace today.
The recipients were chosen for their outstanding contribution to football, including helping to develop the women's game, providing opportunities for disabled players and refereeing.
Buckingham Palace will also host its first ever football match today between two of England's oldest amateur clubs as part of the celebrations.
Buckingham Palace will host its first ever football match today between two of England's oldest amateur clubs.
The Duke of Cambridge, the president of the FA, has helped organise the event as part of the Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Civil Service FC and Polytechnic FC, both based in Chiswick, west London, will play a competitive Southern Amateur League fixture in the gardens of the famous landmark.
The Queen gave her permission for the match and Wembley groundsman Tony Stones and his team have worked with the royal household gardeners to create a pitch in the 39-acre garden.
Prince William will host the event and present medals to 150 grassroots volunteers in recognition of their dedication to the sport.
Prince Andrew will visit York today to celebrate the city's Charter Day, 800 years after the first Royal Charter was granted. He'll visit the set of York's Mystery Plays and meet the stars and get out and about in the city.
On her second day in the region Princess Anne will visit Harewood House to view their latest exhibition. It features intimate portraits of the Queen throughout her life to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee. The Princess Royal will also visit Keighley Civic Centre, a brewery and an ice-cream parlour.