As previously reported, the pair who headed up the channel's royal wedding broadcasts last year will reunite from a specially-constructed studio at Buckingham Palace on June 5.
Other reporters involved in the coverage include Alastair Stewart, Mary Nightingale, Mark Austin, Nina Hossain and Natasha Kaplinsky, who will be placed along The Mall, while James Mates will lead the ceremonial commentary.
ITV's director of news and current affairs Michael Jeremy said: "ITV will give viewers a close-up view on a great day of national celebration.
"We'll aim to capture the national mood as millions of people across the country toast the Queen's 60th anniversary on the throne."
He added: "People enjoyed our coverage of the Royal Wedding and we hope they'll join ITV again for the Diamond Jubilee procession and service of thanksgiving."
Director of newsgathering and deputy editor of ITV News Jonathan Munro added: "This is the first Diamond Jubilee of the television era.
"It means that the nation's celebrations can be enjoyed wherever you are, as never before. We'll work hard to make sure the ITV programme provides the very best coverage of a truly special day."
Coverage will start on Daybreak and continue with further live programming continuing directly after at 8.30am and ending at 4pm.
The channel has also commissioned two documentaries to mark the anniversary.
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