The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will visit the West Midlands tomorrow, for two days, as part of her Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Starting tomorrow, the Queen will arrive by Royal train at Hereford Station, before proceeding to Hereford Cathedral.
Their visit will mark the redesign of the Cathedral close, and The Queen will unveil a plaque at the Cathedral.
They will then watch the "Diamond Day" event at the King George V Playing Fields in Hereford, before travelling to The Hive in Worcester.
After a tour of the building they will take lunch at the Worcester Guildhall, after which they will partake in a walkabout.
At the end of the day, The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will visit the Worcester Cathedral, where they will watch a performance.
Thursday will see day two of the Tour, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will start the day in Victoria Square in Birmingham, where they will undertake a walkabout.
They will then officially open the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
The pair will end the day in Shropshire, at the Shropshire Diamond Jubilee Pageant at RAF Cosford.
Joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, the Tour started in Leicester, back in March.
The Royal party visited, De Montfort University, Leicester Cathedral, and took lunch at St Martins House, with the day finishing at the Clock Tower.
Last month, The Queen was joined by William and Kate, visiting Nottingham, Burghley House in Lincolnshire and Corby.