Reading's very own olympic diver, Chris Mears, has been at Buckingham Palace today to receive his MBE from the Queen.
The 24-year-old, and his diving partner Jack Laugher won gold at last summer's games in Rio in the synchronised three metre springboard event.
Mears was given just a 5% chance of survival in 2009 after suffering a ruptured spleen but overcame his illness to become an olympic champion.
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Soldiers from Aldershot will parade before the Queen at Buckingham Palace today.
The troops from 1st Battalion Scots Guards have been practicing before the event where they will be presented with their new regimental colours.
A dress rehearsal was held on Friday after a month of rehearsals including drill training.
Lt Col Rupert Kitching Commanding Officer, 1st Battalion Scots Guards
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed she's worried how Prince George and Princess Charlotte will behave at the upcoming wedding of her sister Pippa Middleton's to financier James Matthews,this weekend.
She was heard telling a guest at the annual Royal Garden party that she's hopeful they will be good "but you never know at that age."
The children will have important roles to play as Page Boy and Bridesmaid.
The event will be taking place at St Mark's church, in the Berkshire village of Englefield and Princess Beatrice, the Earl of Wessex and Princess Royal are expected to attend.
Prince Charles has been in Oxford today to visit the city's famous covered market. The prince and the Duchess of Cornwall sampled local produce and met traders. Mel Bloor reports.
Prince Charles is visiting Oxford's Covered Market today. He's accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall. They're meeting traders, and sampling local produce.
Video report. The Duke of Edinburgh may be stepping down from Royal duties in the Autumn - but today he joined the Queen at an event in Berkshire. They attended centenary celebrations at Pangbourne College in Berkshire. Mel Bloor reports.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have visited Berkshire's Pangbourne College - marking the school's centenary.
They've attended a special service in the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel. The Queen presented the school with a new military flag.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will visit Pangbourne College in Berkshire today - to mark the school's centenary.
The Royals will meet staff, students and parents and take part in a special service in the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel. They will also watch a College Parade, reflecting the college's longstanding military connection. During this, the Queen will present a new military flag, or 'colour', to the college.
Pangbourne College was founded in 1917 as a training college for officers of the merchant navy. It is now a boarding and day school for 400 pupils aged between 11-18.
The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel was opened in 2000 by Her Majesty The Queen on her third visit to Pangbourne College. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh last visited Pangbourne College in June 2007, to attend a Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the liberation of the Falklands Islands.
The Duke of Edinburgh is to stand down from royal duties for good, ITV News understands.Read the full story ›