A plaque was unveiled during a service at All Saints Church in Lubenham on Sunday.
The plaque had been subscribed to by villagers to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and her past association with the church, where she worshipped during the 1950s while staying at nearby Thorpe Lubenham Hall.
The plaque was unveiled by Dame Rachael Dyche, a former churchwarden at All Saints.
Before unveiling the plaque, Dame Rachael said she hoped it would be a lasting reminder for generations to come of Her Majesty’s great service and dedication to the country and the Commonwealth.
The royal family were informal visitors to Thorpe Lubenham Hall on several occasions, as guests of the Wernher and, later, the Phillips families.
Princess Elizabeth visited in June 1949, and again as Queen in March 1956, with a young Princess Anne and Prince Charles in tow.