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The Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Naomi House Children's Hospice in Hampshire today.
A couple from Berkshire have sculpted two giant busts of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh - in their front garden.
In his role as Commodore-in-Chief, Submarines, Williamvisited HMS Alliance at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport, Hampshire, which has been restored at a cost of £7 million.
The Prince is the royal patron of the conservation appeal which enabled the repairs and refurbishment of the submarine, which reopened to the public last month.
William arrived by Lynx helicopter and was greeted by the cheers of local schoolchildren waving Union flags.
He then attended a service led by Royal Navy chaplain Reverend Ernie Grimshaw to rededicate the submarine, as well as to remember two Australian First World War-era submarines, one of which, AE1, sank in 1914 off Papua New Guinea and the other, AE2, was scuttled off Turkey and the crew seized.
Mr Grimshaw said: "I have served on submarines and to see the commitment, dedication and professionalism of submariners is something to behold and it's right to remember them today."
When asked by guide Terry Fearnley, a former stoker on Alliance, if he would be bringing son George to see the submarine, William replied: "It's great that younger generations can really see and feel what it is like to be a submariner."
The Duke of Edinburgh is helping to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the luxury liner, Queen Mary II in Southampton. The ship sailed into port, along with The Queen Victoria and The Queen Mary, making the city the only place in the world to host all Three Queens, three times.
The Duke of Edinburgh will visit Cunard's Queen Mary II later as part of the ship's 10th anniversary celebrations. The ship sailed into her home port of Southampton earlier this morning.
She was named by the Queen and the Duke in 2004. Since then the vessel has undertaken more than four hundred voyages.
The Duke of Edinburgh will visit Cunard's Queen Mary 2 later as part of the ship's tenth anniversary celebrations.
The Ship was named by the Queen and the Duke at Southampton in 2004. Since then the vessel has undertaken more than four hundred voyages and carried more than a million guests.
Cunard's Chief Executive Officer, David Dingle said, "We are delighted and honoured that His Royal Highness has agreed to visit Queen Mary 2 and take part in our flagship's 10th anniversary.
"Having been present at her entry into service. For all those involved, this will surely be another memorable occasion in Cunard's long history".
The Queen will celebrate her birthday at Windsor Castle today.
A traditional 41 gun salute will be fired in Green Park, London by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery at midday.
An hour later, the Honourable Artillery Company will fire a 62 gun salute from the Tower Wharf by the Tower of London.
To mark her 88th birthday, a portrait by British photographer David Bailey has been released.
The picture was taken in March and commissioned on behalf of the Government's GREAT Britain campaign.
The Queen has two birthdays, her actual one is today whilst her official one is in June.
Her birthday in June is celebrated with the Trooping the colour parade.
Prince Philip has met dozens of enthusiastic sea cadets in Windsor today.
It's part of his visit to the training ship Windsor Castle in Stovell Road - which is holding an open day.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Wellington at the start of their three week tour of New Zealand and Australia with their baby Prince George.