In Pictures: George and Charlotte in Cardiff while Anne goes to the races
Members of the royal family have been attending events across the UK while the Queen rested in Windsor on the third day of her Jubilee celebrations.
While the Earl and Duchess of Wessex travelled to Northern Ireland, William and Kate took their eldest children to Cardiff for their first official visit to Wales.
The Cambridges visited Cardiff Castle to meet the performers and crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place in the castle grounds.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte watched rehearsals and met some of the acts taking part, including Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler. Their younger brother Prince Louis, who stole the show on the Buckingham Palace balcony earlier in the Jubilee celebrations, was absent.
Meanwhile, the Princess Royal was representing her mother at Derby Day at Epsom, where a special tribute from the world of racing was paid with 40 past and present jockeys who have ridden for the monarch present in the Queen’s racing colours.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex visited Belfast and Bangor in Northern Ireland during Jubilee celebrations in the nations.
In the Scottish borders, a re-enactment of the Queen’s Coronation Day was acted out by local Cubs, Scouts and Guides.
At the Living Museum Of The North, in Beamish, Co Durham, a street party was held under bunting.
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