Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
More than one million people lined the banks of the Thames in London today, and watched one thousand vessels sail down the river to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Karl went along to meet a few people lining up at the river pageant and four Aussie surf lifesavers who took part in the river pageant joined TODAY.
Day in the life of the Queen
You'd expect royalty to live a life of leisure but that's not the case for Queen Elizabeth. TODAYfound out what the Queen gets up to on any ordinary day.
Queen’s former Press Secretary
In her 60 years on the throne, the Queen has led Britain through some very tough times. One of the people guiding her was her former Press Secretary, Charles Anson. Charles joined TODAY.
Since the day she was crowned, Queen Elizabeth II has reigned as one of the world's most important women. Unwavering in her devotion for the Commonwealth, the Queen has truly earned her place in history.
Most popular monarch
Six decades on the throne and the queen still remains the most popular figure in British public life. Robert Hardman is the author of "Our Queen" and joined TODAY.
Queen’s most iconic photographs
The Queen holds the record for being the most photographed woman in the world. Papparazzi king Darryn Lyons joined TODAY to show us some of her most iconic photographs.