The final day of the Diamond Jubilee weekend has a packed schedule, including a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, two receptions, a lunch at Westminster Hall and a carriage procession through the streets.
10:15am Queen departs from Buckingham Palace
The Queen is scheduled to depart from Buckingham Palace by car at 10:15am, travelling to St Paul’s Cathedral via the Mall, Trafalgar Square, the Strand, Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill.
10:30am National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral
She will then be joined by the rest of the Royal Family - including Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry - and 2,000 invited guests for a service of thanksgiving at 10:30am.
11:30am Mansion House and Guildhall Receptions
The Queen will then attend a short reception at the Mansion House, hosted by the The Lord Mayor of the City of London, the Court of Alderman and the Court of Common Council.
Other members of the Royal Family will be hosted at the Guildhall by the City of London.
12:30pm Diamond Jubilee Lunch at Westminster Hall
The next stop for the Queen is a Diamond Jubilee lunch at Westminster Hall, hosted by the City of London's Livery Companies. The guest list includes members of the different professions represented by the traditional trade and craft associations.
2:20pm Carriage Procession
After lunch, the real pomp and pageantry begins, with a carriage procession from Westminster to Buckingham Palace - from New Palace Yard, up Whitehall to Trafalgar Square, through Admiralty Arch, and along the Mall.
If the rain holds off, the Queen will travel in the open-topped 1902 State Landau carriage, with other members of the Royal Family following behind in their own carriages.
The procession will be accompanied by the Sovereign’s military Escort and the route will be lined by personnel from all three of the armed forces. A 60 gun salute will be fired by The King's Troop and there will be a Guard of Honour in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace.
3:30pm Balcony Appearance, Fly Past and Feu de Joie at Buckingham Palace
The Royal Family will then appear on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for an RAF flypast and a "Feu de Joie", a celebratory cascade of rifle fire given as a salute by The Queen’s Guard.