Jubilee celebrations are in full swing, and events are set to take place over the entire weekend.
One of the most meaningful is the Service of Thanksgiving, which will mark the Queen’s position as a spiritual leader and head of the Church of England.
Here’s everything you need to know about the service.
What will the service involve?
The Service of Thanksgiving for The Queen’s reign will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday 3 June.
Great Paul, the largest church bell in the country, will be rung before the service and a new anthem by Judith Weir, Master of The Queen’s Music, will be unveiled.
It sets to music words from the third Chapter of the Book of Proverbs.
How can I watch?
Platinum Jubilee: A Service of Thanksgiving will air at 9.15am on BBC One on Friday 3 June.
David Dimbleby, Kirsty Young and Sophie Raworth will present the Service of Thanksgiving programme.
It will also be available on BBC iPlayer.
Who will attend?
Many of the most prominent royals will attend the service, including Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and hopefully the Queen herself.
It is also thought that Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, will attend their first royal event together since leaving the UK.
The Royal Family are expected to arrive from around 11am.
The Duke of York will miss the Jubilee service of thanksgiving after testing positive for Covid.
Andrew was set to join the wider royal family at the high-profile event.
The monarch’s disgraced second son stepped down from public life after the furore over his friendship with paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, and paid millions to settle a civil sexual assault case to a woman he claimed never to have met.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “After undertaking a routine test the duke has tested positive for Covid and with regret will no longer be attending tomorrow’s service.”
It is understood Andrew saw the Queen in the last few days but has been undertaking regular testing and has not seen her since he tested positive.
The duke was cast out of the working monarchy and no longer uses his HRH style after Virginia Giuffre, who was trafficked by Epstein, accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17.
The duke denies the claims.
The Archbishop of Canterbury was also forced to pull out after catching Covid.
Speaking of his illness, Justin Welby said: “I am deeply saddened to be missing the historic celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
“However, I will be praying for the Queen and giving thanks for her extraordinary 70 years of service to us all.”
What other events are on over the weekend?
You can search for all the best London events on the official website for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee including community street parties, picnics, concerts and exhibitions.
If you are planning your own Big Jubilee Lunch, you can add your own details to the interactive map so that other people can join in with the festivities.
Next Door also has an interactive map which enables you to find out what celebrations are taking place in your local community.
The Queen’s Birthday Parade – Trooping the Colour – took place in central London on Thursday 2 June.
The parade, including more than 1,500 officers and soldiers as well as 250 horses, began at Buckingham Palace and moved down The Mall to Horse Guards Parade, with the royals riding horses and in carriages.
The BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace will take place on Saturday 4 June. This event is open to the public but booking is required and the ballot for tickets has now closed. The event will also be streamed live on BBC One.
And finally, on Sunday 5 June, the Jubilee Pageant will be held in central London, with a 3km-long carnival procession moving down The Mall and past Buckingham Palace. This event is open to the public and booking is not required.
More than 10,000 people will be involved in staging the pageant on the afternoon of Sunday 5 June.