Over the last week pins showing pomp, pagentry and your Diamond Jubilee celebrations across the UK and around the world have been flooding onto Pinning the Queen’s History.
We’ve got some excellent snaps of the flotilla on the River Thames, just visible through the dark skies:
Like the Coronation in 1953 when it also poured with rain, the Jubilee weekend was very wet and jokes about Her Majesty’s rain abounded. But this did little to deter people from watching the celebrations:
Bunting bedecked many a street holding a Jubilee shindig …
as families and communities around the world celebrated, from Dubai to Australia and even as far as Hawaii:
Food of course played a central role in the celebrations, like this amazing blueberry Union Jack cheesecake made by this family in Chile who woke up early to watch the Thanksgiving Service at St Paul’s and had a special lunch:
We’ve had lots of great stories pinned, including this warm tribute from Will to his Gran:
And some more eccentric tributes to Her Majesty’s sixty year reign …
Did you hold a Diamond Jubilee celebration? Catch sight of The Queen on a barge or balcony? Add your photos, videos and stories to Pinning the Queen’s History.
To see more of what’s been pinned, head over to Pinning the Queen’s History. You can also check out our animation of The Queen whizzing around the globe, featuring your video and photo contributions: