Britain's Queen Elizabeth II next to her husband The Duke of Edinburgh, sit inside Westminster Hall in London after addressing both Houses of Parliament, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. The Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubilee today by paying tribute to the British virtues of "resilience, ingenuity and tolerance", and to the Duke of Edinburgh, her "constant strength and guide" over the decades. In a landmark address to both Houses of Parliament the monarch repeated her vow made on Accession Day in February to "rededicate myself to the service of our great country". (AP Photo/Ben Stansall, Pool)

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II next to her husband The Duke of Edinburgh, sit inside Westminster Hall in London after addressing both Houses of Parliament, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. The Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubilee today by paying tribute to the British virtues of "resilience, ingenuity and tolerance", and to the Duke of Edinburgh, her "constant strength and guide" over the decades. In a landmark address to both Houses of Parliament the monarch repeated her vow made on Accession Day in February to "rededicate myself to the service of our great country". (AP Photo/Ben Stansall, Pool)
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II next to her husband The Duke of Edinburgh, sit inside Westminster Hall in London after addressing both Houses of Parliament, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. The Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubilee today by paying tribute to the British virtues of "resilience, ingenuity and tolerance", and to the Duke of Edinburgh, her "constant strength and guide" over the decades. In a landmark address to both Houses of Parliament the monarch repeated her vow made on Accession Day in February to "rededicate myself to the service of our great country". (AP Photo/Ben Stansall, Pool)
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