Will, Kate Celebrate Queen's 60th Anniversary

Bells rang out at Westminster Abbey marking Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne.
2:25 | 06/04/13

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:



Skip to this video now

Now Playing:


Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Will, Kate Celebrate Queen's 60th Anniversary
And switch gears now to that royal countdown. A very pregnant Kate joining will and -- at Westminster Abbey. Four huge celebration. ABC's llama -- is right there Westminster and London with the latest good morning -- And good morning to you rubbing yes well here we are at Westminster Abbey. -- -- heavenly pregnant case William and Harry telling that queen. And twenty all the members of the royal family as well as. 2000. Guests advice is yet to help the queen celebrate sixty years since her coronation. This morning that bells ringing out at Westminster Abbey marking the queens incredible sixteen years on the road. -- viking descending order of seniority but all eyes on the case -- royal baby bump on full display. -- it. She makes one of her long public appearances. Before she is due to give birth in July. And for the first time since 1953. The 300. Six year old solid gold heavy -- Blistering with the tools worn by the queen doing for our nation. The Tower of London to sit on the altar today. Back then she -- the glamorous young princess. And became queen with her parents and friends. A year ago the world celebrates its energy -- me tremendously. Her family the nation in joining her on this precedent to drain and six years on -- person at changing of the guard. Kate and William taking center stage they -- young glamorous couple have captivated the public. This baby boy or girl thirteen or queen. Now I think what we -- -- is and it's inevitable and changing and in fact hunting David TV and the World Bank. Hawkins continued -- more from now want to -- our lives now it's gone totally to staff and to become the the royals in the spotlight. And Robin and George is a very special day for when giving Kate because as the first time a couple of beats up public event here. At Westminster -- since they got married two years ago so it's a great day the memory. Any reason at -- party that -- a little baby is a no idea -- -- -- time. -- so whether it's going to be something coming up in just about a month.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"id":19320706,"title":"Will, Kate Celebrate Queen's 60th Anniversary","duration":"2:25","description":"Bells rang out at Westminster Abbey marking Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne.","url":"/GMA/video/queen-elizabeth-60th-coronation-anniversary-kate-middleton-makes-19320706","section":"GMA","mediaType":"default"}