A socially distanced team from the Welsh Guard have helped the Queen celebrate her official birthday at Windsor Castle.
The ceremony was held there instead of the traditional Trooping of the Colour parade, which as we told you earlier, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Queen, flanked by military personnel, sat alone on a dais for the ceremony. It was her first official public appearance since lockdown began.
The ceremonial tribute was performed by a small number of Welsh Guardsmen and military musicians who gave a display of precision marching – with the military maintaining strict social distancing measures, in keeping with government guidelines.