From an elephant in India to pet dogs in Scotland - diamond jubilee fever has crossed over into the animal world, if these pictures are anything to go by.
An Ostrich played with flags which were put up by staff at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling and British expatriate children rode on Rupa the elephant at the British High Commission, in New Delhi, India.
Here's some other animals which got into the jubilee spirit:
An Ostrich plays with flags that have been put up by staff at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling
A dog wrapped up by his owner in the Union Flag for Jubilee celebrations, looks up at the scottish saltire, at a street party at Bridgeton Cross in the East End of Glasgow
Molly the dog at a street party to commemorate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee at Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire
A dog wears a Union Jack scarf at the Kibworth Regatta street party, Kibworth, Leicestershire, for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations
British expatriate children ride on Rupa the elephant as it prepares to sit down so they can climb off following a ride during a party to commemorate Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee celebration at the British High Commission, in New Delhi, India
Larry the Downing Street cat sits with bunting in the garden of number 10 Downing Street
Tourists stop in front of a guardsman on Whitehall, London