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The Queen's official Jubilee celebrations have got off to a spectacular start in Windsor today. Some two and a half thousand soldiers, sailors and air force personnel put on a stunning display enjoyed by tens of thousands of spectators in the Berkshire town. Sally Molloy was there.
The Queen and a crowd of thousands have witnessed a spectacular military flypast in Windsor. A squad of Hawks flew in an “E II R” formation while a group Tucanos flew in a “60” formation to mark her Jubilee. The Red Arrows also joined in to leave their famous colourful trial.
The Queen was seen beaming with delight when she arrived for a Jubilee military parade in Windsor earlier. Some 2,500 troops have assembled at Windsor to mark her Jubilee celebrations.
Our reporter Kate Taylor sent us this video from inside from Victoria Barracks in Windsor, where the Coldstream Guards are getting ready for Jubilee march. They will act as Guard of Honour for the Queen as 2,500 troops will march through the town later today.
ITV Meridian were filming with the Coldstream Guards in Windsor this morning, preparing to be the Guard of Honour for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations in Windsor today. More than 2,500 troops will parade through the town. Crowds of up to 30,000 people are expected.
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The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will today watch as some 2,500 troops parade through Windsor in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee.