June 5 - The Bishop of London gives thanks for Queen Elizabeth's 60 years of service. Sarah Sheffer reports.
Queen Elizabeth arrives at St. Paul's Cathedral for a service houring her 60th anniversary on the throne. The Bishop of London presided over the service, attended by many senior members of the royal family. (SOUNDBITE) (English) RICHARD CHARTRES, BISHOP OF LONDON, SAYING (PARTLY OVER IMAGE OF PRINCE WILLIAM, KATE AND PRINCE HARRY SEATED): "We give you thanks and praise that you have blessed this nation, the realms and territories with Elizabeth, our beloved and glorious queen.' On Monday night, a three-hour concert was held in front of Buckingham Palace. The Queen chatted with members of the star-studded audience including Paul McCartney, Elton John and Stevie Wonder. Millions have turned out for the Queen's Jubilee. Some Jubilee enthusiasts camped out all night in front of Buckingham Palace to see the last day of celebrations on Tuesday. Amid the excitement, polls suggest the crown and the queen herself are more popular than they have been for decades. Sarah Sheffer, Reuters