Queen at 90: Trooping the Colour for second day of celebrations

A weekend of celebrations marking the Queen's 90th will continue today when as many as 1,500 soldiers and officers go on parade at a Trooping the Colour event in honour of the milestone birthday.

The parade, which will take place in Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall, will be followed by an RAF fly-past and is the second of a string of official events to mark her majesty's birthday.

The celebrations began on Friday with the Royal Family attending a national service of thanksgiving for the monarch's life at St Paul's Cathedral.

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Soggy start to the Patron's Lunch at the Mall

Anita Mead (left) and Lisa Kilby arrived early to the party and would not let the weather dampen their fashion. Credit: PA.

Early arrivers have been making their way to the Patron's Lunch on The Mall, the final public celebration of the Queen's 90th birthday.

The weather has been wet and miserable, but spirits appear to be high.

Early arrivers at The Mall for the Patron's Lunch in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday. Credit: Press Association

Rows of plastic chairs and tables awaited the lucky ticket holders, who each paid £150 to attend.

Selfies in the rain at The Mall. Credit: Press Association.

Organisers apologised for the delays to get in, due to security checks.

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