Andy Warhol has had four of his celebrated portraits of Elizabeth II acquired by the Royal Collection - to go on show at Windsor Castle.
The Queen is visiting the Isle of Wight on her final Jubilee tour. Hundreds of people have turned out to see the royal party.
The Queen has greeted torch bearers and the Olympic Flame to Windsor Castle
Sue McLeod, the principal of MidKent college has been recognised by the Queen at a ceremony in Buckingham Palace. It's for the College's innovative work in training soldiers.
"It was an amazing experience and I was so proud to accept the award on behalf of all our fantastic members of staff who have worked tirelessly to transform the delivery of training for the Royal Engineers," said Ms McLeod.
"We were accompanied by five young soldiers who attracted a lot of attention and spoke with the Duke of Edinburgh and the Princess Royal at length. It was a very special day and is fantastic recognition of the continued efforts to make best use of the unique skills taught at the RSME."
A swan centre coordinator has spoken of her disgust after a swan was found barbecued on a river bank near Windsor Castle.
Wendy Hermon from Swan Lifeline has described the attack as sickening.
One of the Queen's swans was apparently "barbecued" and left on a river bank near Windsor Castle, an animal charity has said.
The bird was butchered and stripped of its flesh before its carcass was dumped
close to the water on Baths Island in Berkshire.
Wendy Hermon, 46, of the charity Swan Lifeline which cares for sick and injured birds, said she discovered the "sickening" scene on Sunday afternoon.
"It was just a carcass, it was all burnt. "It was done neatly, presumably to get at the meat."
"We have no idea how it was killed, it could have been shot or beaten."
All wild mute swans in Britain are considered to be the property of the Crown and it is an offence to kill one.
There were tears all round in Canterbury today as the Queen said goodbye to the army. She arrived by helicopter at Howe Barracks to inspect the troops.
As Colonel in Chief of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, this was a tour to bid farewell to the Battalion. It's not only leaving Canterbury but also being reduced to a single Company. David Johns has our report.
He spoke to Major Oliver Dobson and Lance Corporal James McCleary from the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Troops at Howe Barracks in Canterbury are meeting the Queen this lunchtime. The Barracks are currently home to Canterbury's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland. They're leaving the city after ten years.
Her Majesty the Queen will Howe Barracks in Canterbury later to visit the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
The 5th Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Scotland is being reduced in size under a reorganisation plan.
The Queen in her capacity as Colonel in Chief will receive the final parade of 5th Battalion at the barracks.
Click for video report. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh met injured soldiers at a rehabilitation centre today in the region. They visited Headley Court - which treats wounded servicemen and women who've been on the front line. Kate Bunkall reports.
The Queen toured the military's leading rehabilitation centre for injured servicemen and women to learn about their long road back to health.
She was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh and the pair watched as amputee soldiers walked along obstacle courses on artificial legs.
The Queen was making her first visit to Headley Court in Surrey where Britain's battle casualties are sent for intensive rehab once their lives are out of danger.