The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived in Wales this morning as Her Majesty continues her UK tour to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
After arriving at Cardiff Central station the couple were taken to Llandaff Cathedral where a service of thanksgiving was held to celebrate her 60 year reign as Queen.
Amongst the six hundred congregation was Wales' First Minister
Local school children and members of the public gathered outside the Cathedral to get a glimpse of the Queen.
The service inside the Cathedral was led by the Dean, John Lewis, while the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan gave an address.
After the service, which lasted about 45 minutes, the Royal party was taken to Margam Country Park where they met members of Wales' Grand slam winning rugby team.
This afternoon the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited Merthyr Tydfil where they were displays by the local Mountain Rescue team, Merthyr Scouts, and the Forestry Commission were put on in their honour.