The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have attended a celebratory dinner to mark ITV's 50th anniversary.
Frank Skinner (r) was among the guests introduced to the Queen
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, Chris Tarrant and Coronation Street cast members were among those at the gala reception at London's Guildhall.
It is one of a series of events marking 50 years since ITV became the UK's first commercial channel.
The first show to be screened on the channel's debut night in September 1955 was a live ceremony at the Guildhall.
Cast members from Emmerdale and The Bill were also among the guests.
Actress Liz Dawn - Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street - was one of the first to meet the Queen.
"The Queen said she can't believe the show has been running for 45 years and asked when the anniversary for that was," she said.
This Morning host Philip Schofield also shared a few moments with Her Majesty.
Her Majesty also met Coronation Street star Liz Dawn (r)
"She said she was a big fan and that she absolutely loves it," he said.
"I found myself saying 'Thank you so much for coming'," added co-presenter Fern Britton.
But presenter Ant McPartlin said the Queen was not quite so familiar with his work.
"She asked 'How are you involved?', and I said, 'We're ITV entertainers and we do things like go to the rainforest.'"
The Queen is a fan of Fern Britton and Philip Schofield
Other events organised to celebrate ITV's landmark included the unveiling last month of the Avenue of Stars, the UK's answer to Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
Sir Laurence Olivier, Sir Alec Guinness and the Sex Pistols were among the first 100 stars to make it onto the Covent Garden walkway.
Former ITV news presenters including Selina Scott and Gordon Honeycombe returned to the network's bulletins for a night each, while hour long-special episodes of Emmerdale and The Bill were broadcast on 22 September - 50 years to the day from ITV's first night.