Members of the Royal Family have appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to greet crowds gathered to celebrate the Queen's official 90th birthday.
The Duchess of Cornwall, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Andrew were among the royals waving to crowds.
The Queen is expected to appear later for an RAF fly-past. Thousands of people lined The Mall and gathered outside the palace ahead of the spectacle.
The Trooping of the Colour took place earlier on Horse Guards Parade as part of the second day of celebrations.
The Duchess of Cornwall and The Duchess of Cambridge leave Buckingham Palace to view the Trooping the Colour ceremony as the Queen celebrates her official birthday.
The Queen's official 90th birthday is being marked at the Trooping the Colour parade in central London.
Dressed in a bright lime green coat and matching hat with pink flower, the Queen waved to crowds as she left Buckingham Palace in a horse-drawn carriage, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen's official birthday is set to be marked today by a Trooping the Colour parade held in her honour.Read the full story ›
Football pundit Alan Shearer has told fans that he feels "honoured and humbled" after being chosen to receive a CBE.
The former England player shared his excitement at being named on the Queen's Birthday Honours list by posting a message on Twitter in which he pledged to keep "giving back" to his local community in future,
I am honoured and humbled to be awarded the CBE. I will continue to make it my priority to help give something back to the North-East....
Singer Rod Stewart has described the news of his knighthood for services to music and charity as a 'truly monumental honour' after his inclusion on the Queen's Birthday Honours list was revealed on Friday.
The 71-year-old crooner joins other famous faces including Dame Vera Lynn, Ant and Dec and Tim Peake in being named on this year's list.
TV presenters Ant and Dec have shared their excitement at being named on the Queen's Birthday Honours list, and told fans they are 'humbled' by the news.
We are thrilled, honoured and humbled to receive OBE's in Her Majesty's Birthday Honours. Not to mention very shocked!! #BirthdayHonours
We LOVE what we do and have since we started aged 13 so to receive this for services to broadcasting and entertainment is a HUGE honour...
We are just 2 lads proud to come from the west end of Newcastle. We hope us receiving this inspires young people that dreams are possible
Rod Stewart, Dame Vera Lynn, Tim Peake and Ant and Dec are among the Queens Birthday list honourees.Read the full story ›
The prince said his grandmother should take some time off to "lie about."Read the full story ›
A national service of thanksgiving has been held at St Paul's Cathedral to mark the Queen's 90th birthday.Read the full story ›