As The Queen greeted politicians at this evening's reception for Olympic medalists she cracked a joke about Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
After shaking hands with Sports Minister Hugh Robertson (second from left), the quick-witted monarch moves on to greet Mr Hunt and quips back at Mr Robertson, "He keeps changing his job!"
Jeremy Hunt was previously Culture Minister and was appointed as Health Secretary last month.
The Queen and Philip met Prime Minister David Cameron, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt - formerly Culture Secretary - and other senior figures who made the Games possible, including Lord Coe, former chair of London 2012, in the Palace's 18th Century Room.
I think people will look back and just think, 'what an incredible summer' - success after success, medal after medal and the whole country putting on its very best face for the world.
What matters now is that we maximise the momentum and the legacy following the Olympics and Paralympics.
– David Cameron
We had a cabinet meeting about that today and Seb Coe was there, and we were talking about the physical legacy of East London, the important economic benefits we want, there's the sporting legacy carried through to Rio and school sport, there's also the legacy in terms of attitude to disabilities, which I think is a real chance of a step change in our country.
Olympic and Paralympic heroes were celebrated tonight at a glitteringBuckingham Palace reception hosted by the Queen and attended by the Duchess of Cambridge and David Cameron.
Sportsmen and women who won gold were invited to the palace to mark their achievements.
London 2012 medalists went to Buckingham Palace this evening, many of them tweeting their excitement.
Had an amazing time tonight at Buckingham Palace with all the medallist from the Olympics + Paralympics! So nice to see everyone again!
What an amazing night and we didn't want to leave! Thank you so much to everyone who made it possible!