Thousands of people have been marking the Queen's 90th birthday with celebrations taking place around the country.
Ten thousand guests gathered in The Mall for the event celebrating the Queen's patronage of more than 600 charities and organisations.
They had spent much of the day under ponchos braving heavy downpours that had left them and their picnic hamper lunch sodden.
The Duke of Cambridge led tributes to the Queen telling her "granny, thank you for everything you've done for your family" as the nation marked the milestone.
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A street party in Blaenavon was just one of sixty taking place around Wales.
Phyllis Roberts is 93 and like the Queen, is still working.
She says the Queen has done a 'remarkable service to the country'.
It brings to a close this weekend's events marking the Queen's anniversary that has already seen a St Paul's Cathedral thanksgiving service and a traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony.