The Queen received a special accolade from the people of Paris today, after a flower market in the city was renamed in her honour.
The market famed for its blooms is very close to Notre Dame Cathedral and will be known as Marche aux Fleurs - Reine Elizabeth II.
The tribute comes on the last day of the Queen's three-day state visit to France with the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen visited the flower garden with the Duke as well as the French president, Franciois Hollande.
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