This evening Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 92nd birthday at a concert held in her honour at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Most of the Royal Family were in attendance.
A host of stars from countries around the Commonwealth performed including Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue, Sting & Shaggy, Alfie Boe, Craig David, Laura Mvula, Jamie Cullum. Shawn Mendes and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Tom Jones opened the evening performing 'It's Not Unusual' accompanied by The Dhol Foundation, a group of indian drum players, later returning to sing 'The Green Green Grass Of Home' with Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Kylie Minogue sang 'Stop Me From Falling' from her latest album, while Craig David performed 'Seven Days'.
Sting & Shaggy first performed 'Don't Make Me Wait', before later returning to the stage to deliver a medley of 'Mr Boombastic', 'Message In A Bottle', 'Angel' and 'Every Breath You Take', during which Shaggy jumped off stage and succeeded in getting the arena floor to stand and singalong.
The concert came at the end of the week when London hosted the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting.
The concert will shortly be available to watch on the BBC i-Player.