The sun just came out in London! And a good thing too, because we are only halfway through the Queen's Jubilee weekend.
Today's celebrations kick off with a Buckingham Palace garden party at 3pm, a pop concert at 7.30pm and more than 2,000 beacons nationwide to be lit from 10pm.
Performers at tonight's concert include Sir Elton John, Sir Tom Jones and a wealth of British artists who have spanned the Queen's reign, including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Cliff Richard, Cheryl Cole and Jessie J.
Dame Shirley Bassey will sing Diamonds Are Forever, Sir Paul will play Live And Let Die, while Sir Elton will perform Your Song, I'm Still Standing and Crocodile Rock. Sir Tom is expected to sing Delilah and Mama Told Me Not To Come and Robbie Williams will perform Mack The Knife.
Gary Barlow - who is also set to duet with Cheryl Cole - will do his official Diamond Jubilee song, before 80s pop group Madness take to the top of Buckingham Palace for the event's finale.
Afternoon weather for central London is predicted to be 12C, light rain, easterly breeze with the evening, largely overcast.
Sixty years and hardly a slip.