Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her 87th birthday privately.
Dresses that were worn by Princess Diana were put up for auction.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have visited community volunteers in Bethnal Green and Peckham.
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The Queen's Jubilee barge Gloriana has crashed into a bridge whilst sailing down the Thames.
The ornate vessel, which played a starring role in last year's Diamond Jubilee pageant, has been damaged after hitting Kew road bridge in west London.
A lifeboat crew from Chiswick RNLI was called out late yesterday afternoon to help free the vessel, carrying four passengers, which had become wedged under the bridge. A spokesman for RNLI Chiswick said:
"There was a small impact with the Gloriana. That was because the lifeboat was trying to get itself between the Gloriana and the stone bridge. The damage was quite minor to both vessels."
An electrician has reportedly been bailed after appearing at Westminster Magistrates Court charged with defacing a portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey.
Tim Haries from Doncaster was charged with with criminal damage over £5000.
The Duke of Edinburgh faces a fourth day in hospital as he recuperates following exploratory abdominal surgery.
Philip, who is 92 tomorrow, was admitted to the London Clinic on Thursday following a garden party at Buckingham Palace and underwent the procedure on Friday.
The Duke of Edinburgh remains in hospital for a third day and is said to be "progressing satisfactorily" as he recovers following exploratory abdominal surgery.
Philip was operated on yesterday after being admitted to the private London Clinic on Thursday evening after appearing at a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
The Duke, who is 92 on Monday, was said to be "comfortable" last night. He is expected to be in hospital for up to two weeks while he recuperates.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to the London Clinic for an exploratory operation following abdominal investigationsFrom @BritishMonarchy on Twitter:
The Duke of Edinburgh has been taken to the London Clinic for treatment.
The Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Royal Hospital Chelsea to review the Founders Day Parade.
The Duchess will tour the Margaret Thatcher Infirmary and meet groups of Pensioners and staff before taking the salute at the parade.
The Royal Hospital Founder's Day is always held on a day close to the 29th May - the birthday of Charles II and the date of his restoration as King in May 1660.
The Pensioners are usually reviewed by a member of the Royal Family, last year the Queen took part in the event as part of her Jubilee celebrations.