A Royal Navy ship has berthed at a port in Greenwich for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The ship, known as Mounts Bay, will host a variety of events until tomorrow (June 6).

Some events include hosting tours and welcoming guests from across the UK and Commonwealth.

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100 school children will also be aboard for The Big Jubilee Lunch, according to the Royal Navy.

The commanding officer, Captain James Wingrove RFA, said: “It is a huge privilege for my ship’s company to have the opportunity to represent the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and RFA Mounts Bay in the capital during this historic occasion.

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“We are looking forward to hosting numerous events to commemorate the Queens Platinum Jubilee.

“And also to celebrate the service she has given our country and the Commonwealth over the 70-years of her reign.”

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