The Queen has visited the barracks where Lee Rigby was based.
The young soldier from Manchester was killed in the street last week.
One man has been charged with his murder, whilst police are waiting to question a second.
Ashley Derricott reports.
The Queen will be given a replica of the Coronation bouquet today in celebration of the 60th anniversary of her becoming the monarch.
The granddaughter of the late Martin Longman, of Longman's florists, who made the original bouquet for the monarch in 1953, has crafted a copy of the elaborate ensemble of blooms.
Lottie Longman used photos and an oil painting of the flowers to help recreate the exact bouquet and spent six months sourcing the flowers from across the UK.
Ms Longman said: "You have to wire every single flower individually. It's the old fashioned way of making bouquets. It's very clever. It has a little bump of moss and you put the wired flowers through and bind them with ribbon."
The monarch carried the teardrop shaped display of all white flowers on her journey to Westminster Abbey.
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The Queen toured the military's leading rehabilitation centre for injured servicemen and women to learn about their long road back to health.
She was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh and the pair watched as amputee soldiers walked along obstacle courses on artificial legs or got to grips with manoeuvring wheelchairs.
The Queen was making her first visit to Headley Court in Surrey where Britain's battle casualties are sent for intensive rehab once their lives are out of danger.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Barrow-in-Furness for the first time today.
Prince William and Kate will take a tour of the town's BAE Systems base.
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales is visiting Cumbria today.
Prince Charles will be visiting the historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale where he will tour the market and local shops, before meeting stall holders, shopkeepers and locals.
He will also pay a visit to St Mary's Church in the town, which dates back to the 12th century.
Sixteen year old Alice Pyne from Ulverston and her sister Milly have been awarded British Empire Medals.
The ceremony was held on the shores of Windermere and our correspondent Elaine Willcox was among the invited guests.
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Two sisters from Ulverston who've raised hundred of thousands of pounds for charity while both fighting serious illness have been honoured by the Queen. Alice and Milly Pyne have been awarded the British Empire Medal. Alice famously published her own "Bucket List" of things to do before she dies.