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The royal family arrive in spectacular form in horse drawn carriages for the Trooping The Colour.
The Queen didn't let the weather affect her birthday bash as she waved to the public alongside Prince Philip.
Rainy conditions did not dampened the spirits of guests at a picnic lunch in London, which were the last of the events for the Queen's official birthday.
Prince William, Kate and Harry flashed big grins as they waved to the adoring public.
The royal trio were in high spirits when they waved to fans from an open top car.
Kate Middleton was a vision in a blue, as she wore a pastel blue dress with a striking orange sash around the waist as she attended the royal events.
Members of the Royal Family walked down The Mall greeting guests in a "walkabout" lasting 30 minutes.
The royal trio sported a more serious expression as they watched the guards perform.
The Queen looked in good spirits as she waved to the public from her viewing area.
Kate was all smiles as she watched the proceedings with William's grandfather, Prince Philip.
It was a regional affair for Prince Charles and Camila, as they attended a lunch outside of the capital.
Princess Charlotte made her first appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace alongside her brother George to watch the flypast. Picture: PA
Yesterday's outfit was canary yellow and today's outfit is a bright, lime-green. Her Majesty knows how to celebrate! Picture: Getty
How elegant and beautiful is Kate's fascinator? Picture:
Again, how beautiful is Prince William's wife? Picture: Getty
Prince Harry rode in a horse-drawn carriage with the Duchess of Cornwall and his sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge. Picture: Getty
It's quite a talent to be able to ride horseback with that fringe in your eyes! Picture: Getty
Unfortunately though, one member of the Queen's Guard past during the parade. Picture: PA
Spectators lines the streets outside Buckingham Palace to see the trooping the colour. Picture: Getty
Their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount also rode in the carriage with them. Picture: Getty
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie wore characteristically striking headwear for the occasion! Princess Beatrice's has been compared to an orange peel! Picture: Getty
Spectators showed their dedication by getting dressed for the occasion! Picture: Getty
...Even though it's Prince Phillip's 95th birthday! Picture: Getty
It's nice to see that the royal couple are not afraid of a displays of affection in public. Picture: PA
It seems that powder blue was the dress code! The Duchess of Cornwall matched her outfit with the Duchess of Cambridge. Picture: PA
The rose between two thrones! Actually, is it okay to joke that the Princes are thorns? Uh oh... Picture: PA
The pair arrived at St Paul's Cathedral ahead of the Queen. Picture: PA
The Queen is celebrating the day in canary yellow. Picture: PA
The Queen's granddaughter, and Prince Harry and Prince William's cousin, Zara Phillips arrive at the church with her husband and rugby player, Mike Tindall. Picture: PA
Like mother, like daughter, eh? Picture: PA
The sisters added a bit of colour to the ceremony. Picture: Getty
The naturalist Sir David Attenborough, who turned 90 in May, read Reflections on the Passing of the Years written by Michael Bond. Picture: Getty
Simply breathtaking, Kate leaves church looking picture perfect in her baby blue and lace suit with cream feathered hat. Picture: Getty
Side by side, the Royal pair listen wait attentively to greet their guests at the ceremony. Picture: Getty
An arial view of the Queen resplendent in canary yellow suit and Prince Phillip and those familiar black and white flagstones st St Pauls. Picture: Getty
Kate has royal wave perfectly nailed as she smiles radiantly for royal fans. Picture: Getty
Harry pointig the finger and looking totally dapper in a suit and tie that the Normandy Veterans would be proud to see! Picture: Getty
Married for an incredible 70 years the Queen and the birthday boy leave church together. Picture: Getty