The Queen visited Scotland's largest city today as part of her week long trip north to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
The Queen started the day with a thanksgiving service at Glasgow Cathedral accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh,
About 1,300 people packed into the Cathedral for the event, which was led by its minister Reverend Dr Laurence Whitley.
After the service, the Queen and Duke went to the city's George Square, where they were greeted by crowds who waved and cheered.
The Queen was in Glasgow as part of her week-long trip north to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
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