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The Queen kicked off her Diamond Jubilee weekend at Epsom Derby as gun salutes sounded around the country to mark the start of the celebrations.
Queen Elizabeth II arrives for the Derby Day of the Investec Derby Festival at Epsom Racecourse. A 41-gun salute was fired at the Tower of London while other gun salutes echoed across Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast on the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953.
The Queen and Prince Phillip were accompanied by two of their sons, The Earl of Wessex and the Duke of York, and granddaughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
The Queen rarely misses attending the Epsom Derby, which is one of the highlights of the racing calendar. Unlike last year, the Queen did not have a horse entered in the Derby.
Also joining the Queen in her royal box was Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.
The Queen wore a white silk dress with a blue floral print and a royal blue crepe wool coat by Stewart Parvin and matching hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.
Katherine Jenkins sang the National anthem as the Queen joined around 130,000 people at Epsom.
The Red Devils parachute team put on a special Jubilee show for race goers
Racegoer Renata Sevcikova on an open-topped bus
Racegoer Chris Pearce on board his vintage bus
A racegoer wears a Union Jack print jacket
A racegoer wears a fancy dress hat
A racegoer wears a mask depicting The Duke of Edinburgh at the Epsom Derby
Racegoers dressed in patriotic colours enjoy The Derby
Katherine Jenkins watches on from the grandstand. Did she back a winner?
Queen Elizabeth, the Earl of Wessex and other members of the Royal family take their place in the grandstand
The Queen with the Duke of Edinburgh and their granddaughter Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and the Duke of Edinburgh enjoy the festivities at the Derby
The Queen and her son the Earl of Wessex seem to be having a great day at the Derby.