Ahead of the Diamond Jubilee weekend, a great-grandmother from Cardiff has got in the celebratory spirit by making the Queen and Prince Philip out of wool. It took 87-year-old Norah Howarth three weeks to knit the eight-inch-high royal couple.
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The Queen made her fourth trip to the village of Aberfan, before greeting crowds in Ebbw Vale and at Glanusk Park.Read the full story ›
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are set to arrive in Aberfan on their first engagement of the day.
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Two men have been arrested following the Queen's visit to Wales.
One man was arrested after attempting to gain access to a section of road which had been closed off to the public, as part of a security operation, during the Queen's visit.
The man is currently being questioned by police.
South Wales Police also arrested a second man to prevent a breach of the peace ahead of Her Majesty's visit to Cyfartha Castle in Merthyr.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have visited Merthyr Tydfil this afternoon.
Here, a special display was performed by the Royal Party by a local cadet group.
Wales' Grand Slam winning rugby team have met the Queen today as she visits Wales as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour.
Wales Captain, Sam Warburton was unable to hide his delight at meeting Her Majesty and said it was an 'honour' to be part of such a special event.