As the anniversary approaches of the Queen's coronation, ITV News Central are wanting to speak to people about their memories of that momentous day.
Sixty years ago, the world watched as Princess Elizabeth was crowned Queen of England.
The Queen, aged 25, succeeded her father King George VI when he died on February 6, 1952.
Do you remember that day?
Are you planning any events to celebrate the 60th anniversary on June 2?
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A Red Arrows jet has crashed after an incident at RAF Valley in north Wales, the Ministry of Defence has said.
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