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Queen Elizabeth celebrates 60-year reign

'Crunchie' a dog belonging to an officer of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery stands in front of the Officer's Mess before the King's Troop depart their North London barracks for the final time to travel to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on February 6, 2012 in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

A member of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery shaves a horse in preparation for an inspection on the parade ground of their barracks in St John's Wood before departing to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

Members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery parade through St John's Wood High Street after departing their North London barracks for the final time to travel to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

Members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery prepare for an inspection on the parade ground of their barracks in St John's Wood before departing to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

Members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery prepare for an inspection on the parade ground of their barracks in St John's Wood before departing to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

Members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery prepare for an inspection on the parade ground of their barracks in St John's Wood before departing to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

Queen Elizabeth II visits Dersingham Infant and Nursery School next to Head teacher Gayle Platt (R) in Dershingham, England. The Queen is celebrating 'Accession Day,' 60 years to the day since she became Monarch. (GETTY/GALLO)

Queen Elizabeth II visits Dersingham Infant and Nursery School in Dershingham, England. The Queen is celebrating 'Accession Day,' 60 years to the day since she became Monarch. (GETTY/GALLO)

Children wave flags as Queen Elizabeth II visits Dersingham Infant and Nursery School in Dershingham, England. The Queen is celebrating 'Accession Day,' 60 years to the day since she became Monarch. (GETTY/GALLO)

Queen Elizabeth II points during a visit to Dersingham School in King's Lynn, England. The Queen made the visit to the school as she celebrates Accession Day and 60 years on the throne. (GETTY/GALLO)

Members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60 anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on February 6, 2012 in London, England.  The 41 gun salute also signifies the official start to the celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and comes after the King's Troop left their barracks in St John's Wood for the final time. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will relocate from their North London barracks, where they have been based since their formation by King George VI in 1947, to a purpose-built equestrian site in Woolwich. (GETTY/GALLO)

Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to Kings Lynn Town Hall where she saw exhibits and met local dignitaries on February 6, 2012 in Norfolk, England. Today is Accession Day, with the Queen celebrating 60 years to the day since she became Monarch. (GETTY/GALLO)

Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to Kings Lynn Town Hall on February 6, 2012 in Norfolk, England. Today is Accession Day, with the Queen celebrating 60 years to the day since she became Monarch. (GETTY/GALLO)

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