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This is the view from one of the Red Arrows cockpits as they flew in diamond formation over the Nato summit in south Wales.
Delegates at the Nato summit in Wales have been tweeting pictures of the RAF Red Arrows flypast this morning.
The formation followed aircraft from eight other Nato member states.
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The royal family gathered on the balcony at Buckingham Palace to watch the traditional RAF flypast marking the Queen's official birthday.
Among the 28 aircraft which buzzed over the Palace were Spitfires and a Lancaster bomber of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and a DC3 Dacota with D-Day stripes.
The historical planes were followed by modern Typhoon fighter jets, the Red Arrows aerobatic team and the RAF's largest transport aircraft, Voyager.