The unique role that Westminster Abbey has played in the life of the nation is revealed, detailing the special relationship it holds with the Royal Family and what it meant to the Queen.
The Queen, when she was 21, declared that her whole life, whether it was long or short, would be devoted to service.
At her coronation, she was set apart for service after the example of Jesus Christ. During Her Majesty's diamond jubilee year, the Dean of Westminster recalled the coronation, and special commemorations attended by The Queen in Westminster Abbey, including the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (which reached a television audience of 2.2 billion people). He offers an insight into some very special occasions - not all widely known - and reflects on a pattern of leadership as devoted service.