The Queen lit the final beacon of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, closing a ring of more than 4,200 beacons encircling the British Isles and the world.
The beacon in Newport, Wales has been lit. See the video here.
Lynn Moss, dressed Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll, celebrates the lighting of a mock Jubilee beacon in Cape Town, South Africa.
Local MP Sheryll Murray was testing the beacon at Torpoint in Cornwall ahead of the official Jubilee lighting at exactly 10.15pm tonight.
Torpoint are also hoping to break the record for the longest length of recorded bunting. Their efforts currently measure in at more than three miles and it's taken more than three days to put it up.
The small Pacific island of Tonga claimed the honour of lighting the first of more than 4,200 beacons to be set alight across the world to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Using traditional coconut sheath torches a group Tongan Scouts and Girl Guides took part in a ceremony to light their country's beacon.
The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard lights a beacon in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
She said: "These beacons glowing around the world symbolise one family across a wide world, the family of the Commonwealth nations, rich in their diversity but united now in admiration for the unstinting service of the Queen."
More than 4,200 Diamond Jubilee beacons will be lit across the globe in celebration of the Queen's 60-year reign.
The Queen will light the final beacon from the stage at around 10.30pm following the Diamond Jubilee concert where Stevie Wonder, JLS, Sir Elton John and a host of stars will perform in her honour.