The Queen today continued her Diamond Jubilee tour with a visit to the South West of England, where she met a police horse named after the last British soldier to survive the trenches of the First World War
Check out the blowup corgis!
But wait! There are real corgis, too!
By Royal command these cute corgis sat to attention when the Queen stopped by to say hello during a visit to Sherborne.
Her majesty, who is well-known for her love of the petite pooches even stooped down to pat the pets who were each dressed for the occasion in specially-designed red, white and blue collars.
And Gloriana, the Diamond Jubilee Royal Barge gets christened as well.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh today braved heavy rain and driving winds to name a spectacular barge built to mark the Jubilee.
The royal couple travelled to the East London dock where Gloriana is currently moored, awaiting the moment when it will make its way to Wandsworth Bridge on the Thames from where it will lead the Jubilee pageant on 3 June.
The queen has been royally busy!