Thousands of people have turned out to take part in St Patrick's Day celebrations across Northern Ireland.
Events are taking place in Belfast, Londonderry, Enniskillen, Armagh and Downpatrick.
The streets of Belfast were filled with runners on Friday morning as hundreds took part in a special 10km race event around the city centre.
At lunchtime, Belfast's annual St Patrick's Day parade got under way from City Hall.
It's weaving its way from Chichester Street, to Victoria Street, High Street, Castle Place and Donegall Place, before finishing up at City Hall.
In Armagh, the parade leaves at 2.30pm, while in Londonderry the Spring Carnival Parade will start at 3pm from Bishop Street Car park and will work its way around the city centre.
Downpatrick is hosting a series of walkabout characters, arts, crafts and face painting taking place at St Patrick's Square.
Marcus Square and Margaret Square in Newry have been busy from noon with families taking advantage of special St Patrick's Day activities.
At Down Royal Race Course outside Lisburn punters got involved in the festivities by wearing St Patrick's themed attire.
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You can watch UTV's special programme on St Patrick's Day 2023 on Friday at 10.45pm.
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