Sixty photographs portraying the Queen's 60's years as a ruler have been displayed to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee. The Queen 60 Photographs will be held at Windsor Castle from February 4 to October 28.

The Queen is celebrating her 60th anniversary as a monarch in Britain on Monday displaying 60 photographs of her from 1952, the time she became the ruler. There are several photographs that portray the Queen's golden moments on both official occasions and family gatherings.

Several priceless photos are displayed at Windsor Castle like a black-and-white photograph of the royal couple's arrival by train at Derby Midland station in March 1957. President John F Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy were photographed with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh when they dined together at Buckingham Palace in 1961. The Queen and President Ronald Reagan were pictured riding side by side at the Home Park at Windsor in 1982. In 2009, Laga Gaga met the Queen, which was also photographed.

Colourful photographs document overseas trips, including a visit to Mexico in 1975, to the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu in 1982, India in 1983 and to Canada in 2010.

Photographers have recorded each and every golden moment of the Queen in the past 60 years. Take a look: