Pension reforms will be at the heart of a Queen's Speech setting out the legislative programme for the final year of the coalition Government.
Changes trailed in George Osborne's Budget will end the requirement for pensioners to buy an annuity to provide a guaranteed income during retirement, and legislation is also expected to be announced to introduce collective workplace pension schemes.
In a joint statement, Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said that the speech would be "unashamedly pro-work, pro-business and pro-aspiration".
A loud thud could be heard in the House of Lords as the child fainted at around eight minutes and 53 seconds into the Queen's Speech.
The Queen has delivered her speech to Parliament setting out the Coalition Government's agenda for the next year - but does it affect you?
The new Diamond Jubilee state coach will be used for the first time by Queen Elizabeth II during the state opening of Parliament tomorrow.