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St. Patrick's Day celebrations
Thousands of people around the world are celebrating St. Patrick's Day. Almost 70 landmarks around the world are being illuminated green this weekend in honour of the patron saint of Ireland.
St Patrick's Day is celebrated across the world
Obama raises pint of Guinness to mark St Patrick's Day
Troops mark St Patrick’s Day in Afghanistan
Troops currently serving in Afghanistan commemorated Oates’ Memorial Day and celebrated a tea-total St Patrick’s Day.
Members of the Royal Dragoon Guards (RDG) join in with the St Patrick’s Day celebrations every year and soldiers and officers were presented with a shamrock today.
Here's a selection of images from the celebrations:
Fancy dress goers brave the cold for St Patrick's Day
White House turns fountain green for St Patrick's Day
Image of Irish border from space on St Patrick's Day
Canadian Astronaut, Commander Hadfield, sent this picture from the International Space Station.
St Patrick's Day celebrations in Australia
Crowds of revellers have been celebrating the annual St Patrick's Day parade on the streets of Sydney, Australia.
Around 60,000 people were expected to take part in the city's celebrations of Australia's Irish heritage, according to local media reports.
Duchess of Cambridge gets heel stuck in a drain
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge braved showers to attend a St Patrick's Day parade at a military barracks today.
Wearing the same green Emilia Wickstead dress coat she wore to the event last year, Kate smiled broadly as she greeted soldiers from the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at Mons Barracks in Aldershot, Hampshire.
However, at one point, Kate's foot became stuck in a drain and she had to spend a few moments freeing her heel.
HMS Belfast joins St Patrick's Day celebrations
William and Kate to attend St. Patrick's Day parade
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are heading to Mons Barracks in Aldershot today for the annual St. Patrick's Day parade.
While visiting the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, Prince William will take part in the parade of 200 soldiers as colonel of the regiment.
Catherine will present the traditional sprigs of shamrocks to the officers and guardsmen - a tradition that dates back to 1901 and Queen Alexandra, the wife of King Edward VII.
The couple are expected to take a tour of the barracks including the Officers and Sergeants Mess during their visit.
Latest ITV News reports
World famous landmarks turn green for St Patrick's Day
Iconic landmarks around the world have been lit up in green to celebrate St Patrick's Day on Sunday.