GLASGOW had a right Royal knees-up with street parties throughout the city to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The partying began on Saturday, continued yesterday and there will be more today and tomorrow.
More than 20 street parties have been organised across west Scotland, with eight official ones in Glasgow.
More than 800 people turned out at Dalmarnock Community Centre for a massive afternoon lunch, which also featured entertainment from local band the Tenements.
Kenny Faulds, who works at the centre, said: "It has been tremendous.
"People have really been getting into the spirit of the day and having a ball.
"This is a very close community, and sometimes people just want to have a day when they can forget all their problems and come together and celebrate.
"This is about celebrating our community, our friends and neighbours and our commitment to each other."
In Govan, a street party was organised by the charity Starter Packs outside its offices in Burleigh Street.
Volunteers put up bunting and set up a dining table and chairs for the event, which was opened by the newly crowned Govan Fair Queen at midday.
At Glasgow's Riverside Museum visitors enjoyed a special Big Lunch celebration, as well as a tea dance and a party atmosphere in the outdoor events square.
Today, the museum will step back in time as Big Band act Swing Sensation entertains the crowd, while people are taught how to Jive and Quick Step, as well as other dance moves from the Coronation era.
Tomorrow will see the Alex Penman Jazz band play.
Other areas getting into the spirit of the celebrations include Possil, Springburn, Pollokshaws, Bridgeton and Carmunnock.
Further road closures have been announced in Glasgow for more partying today and tomorrow.
Today there will be closures in Maxwell Road, at Pollokshaws Road; Morrin Street, at Crichton Street; Millarbank Street, at Morrin Street; Nottingham Avenue, at Burlington Avenue; and Lorne Street, Govan.
Tomorrow, Sunnylaw Street will be shut at Balmore Road.
There will also be a range of family friendly events taking place today and tomorrow at Summerlee Museum, Coatbridge, while fun days have been organised at King George V Park in Dalmellington, Ayrshire, and Murdieston Park, Greenock.
There were also celebration events elsewhere in Scotland.
At the Palace Of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, the Queen's official Scottish residence, tables were adorned with Union flag cloths for a picnic held in the grounds.
In Aberdeen's Duthie Park, a free family concert was staged, followed by a tea party.
THE Deep Sea World aquarium, in North Queensferry, Fife, encouraged its younger visitors to "become royalty for the day" by wearing a homemade crown or tiara.
Five of Scotland's top chefs took part in the Great British Feast event at Monachyle Mhor Hotel, Perthshire.
The chefs were: Tom Lewis, chef proprietor at the hotel; Andrew Fairlie, chef at Scotland's only two Michelin-starred restaurant, Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles Hotel; Roy Brett, executive chef at Ondine, Edinburgh; Michael Smith, chef at Three Chimneys in Skye; and Gary Watson, of Gordon's Restaurant in Angus.
They each cooked a dish to be included in the five-course Jubilee dinner.
Proceeds of the meal will be donated to the Hospitality Industry Trust.