You celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday

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image copyrightTom Barton
image captionTom Barton a year 6 teacher at Broadmeadow Junior School in Kings Norton, Birmingham, UK, designed the Union Jack flag on the field and then had the children come in to school wearing either red, white or blue to create the flag.
image copyrightThe Queen’s C of E School and Kew College
image captionThe Queen’s C of E School and Kew College, London, UK, held a street party to celebrate. "They all had a picnic lunch with tables stretching from one end of the road to the other followed by a huge sing along of songs representing all the decades of the Queen’s reign" says Paul Adams. Credit: The Queen’s C of E School and Kew College
image copyrightSam Thomas
image captionSam and Hayley's daughter Ella has been fascinated by the Queen and the trooping the colour ceremony since 2014 when she watched it for the first time. Sam and Hayley, in Dursley, Gloucestershire, UK, bought her the outfit for Christmas and have taken her to watch the changing of the guards on several occasions.
image copyrightNikki Matthews
image captionNikki Matthews, Emma Matthews and Alice Kebby were standing on the Mall, London, UK, waiting for trooping the colour to start. "It's a double celebration as it's also my 29th Birthday! Not as old as the Queen just yet!" says Nikki.
image copyrightCarolyn Rose
image caption"So excited to be in London for the patrons lunch with AJAX Seascouts" says Carolyn Rose.
image copyrightClaire Dodd
image captionClaire Dodd and daughter Amberley Mathilda were at home in Manchester, UK, watching the TV coverage. Claire says Amberley is very entertained by all the music and parades.
image copyrightAmanda Eaves
image captionAmanda Eaves took this picture of her cat Dusty in Chigwell, Essex, UK, whilst watching the TV coverage of trooping the colour.
image copyrightCharlotte Bradley
image captionCharlotte Bradley in London, UK, made this cake to celebrate the Queen's 90th.
image copyrightLisa Ameghino
image caption"We love watching all royal occasions and while we watched the trooping of the colour Sophie did her best to copy them. We then had a mini afternoon tea complete with finger sandwiches": Lisa Ameghino
image copyrightPeter Hartley
image captionThis street party was held at a Brighton pub to mark the occasion. "We were proud to host our celebration organised by fantastic friends": Peter Hartley
image copyrightLisa O'Neill
image captionLisa O'Neill snapped this picture of her daughter Pippa at a Cheshire riding school.
image copyrightSophie Bridge
image captionSophie Bridge and her friend on the Golden Jubilee boat on her way to the patrons lunch.
image copyrightMaureen Talbot
image captionMaureen Talbot took the photo from her office opposite the duck pond in Otford Village, Sevenoaks, Kent. You can share your pictures via @BBC_HaveYourSay or yourpics@bbc.co.uk

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