A 21-gun salute will be fired in Devonport today for the Queen's birthday. The rounds will be fired at noon by the Royal Navy's armoury team on board HMS Drake's Quarterdeck.
The Queen visited Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth last month for the first time in five years. All the ships at Devonport Naval Base will raise their flags to mark the event - which is known as 'dressing overall'.
Cornwall is preparing for a Royal visit this morning as The Queen and Prince Philip make their way to the county.
They'll be visiting St Ives and St Michael's Mount, where they will stop and leave permanent footprints in casts at the foot of the medieval castle.
Their trip will also include a tour of the lifeboat station and the Tate gallery.
The Queen is visiting our region later this morning as part of her diamond jubilee tour.
She'll be arriving at Sherborne on the Royal train and will be visiting Sherborne Abbey and the Digby Memorial Church Hall before going onto Salisbury.