Her Majesty the Queen is visiting the Isle of Wight today (Wednesday) for the first time since 2004 .
The Island is the last stop on her Diamond Jubillee Tour, which has taken her all over the country.
Hundreds of people cheered and waved Union Jacks as Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived at Trinity Landing in Cowes at around ten past ten.
They arrived on the motor yacht 'Leander', and were welcomed to the Island by a twenty-one gun salute from the Royal Yacht Squadron.
The Queen, dressed in pink, and the Duke were met by Lord-Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight, Major General Martin White. They walked along Cowes Parade, where they enjoyed a specially composed song, performed by pupils from Cowes Primary School.
Her Majesty will open the town's new RNLI Lifeboat station, and pay a visit to Cowes Yacht Haven.