The First Minister has presented medals to troops from the 2nd Battalion, the Royal Welsh, on behalf of the Queen.
The famous estate at Plas Newydd was the setting for one of Wales' biggest Diamond Jubilee parties.
At the culmination of a weekend of Diamond Jubilee celebrations, parties have been held outdoors - and indoors - all around Wales.
Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team have received special Diamond Jubilee medals in recognition of their work. 20 volunteers from the team, which operates in the Brecon Beacons and the surrounding area, were given medals by Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney MP Dai Havard.
Huw Jones, an Incident Commander with more than 30 years of service, said: "It is so important that the community recognises not only the level of professionalism the volunteers but also the fabulous support our families give us to undertake this work."
Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins says that singing the National Anthem at Epsom on Saturday was something she will "never, ever forget."
The First Minister will present special Diamond Jubilee medals to members of the 2nd Battalion, the Royal Welsh this afternoon. Carwyn Jones AM is visiting troops at Lucknow Barracks in Wiltshire.
The medals have been issued on behalf of the Queen to honour dedication and service, as part of the celebrations for her 60 years on the throne.
Andrea Byrne reports from the Plas Newydd estate, on Anglesey, where a huge party is being held to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee, and watch a flotilla of boats along the Menai Strait.
Pippa Britton is one of Team GB's Paralympic archers, and trains at Llantarnam in Cwmbran. She's one of hundreds of people lucky enough to have been invited to a special lunch with the Queen at Westminster Hall today, as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.