No offense to other posters but if you get a camera, avoid the 60D, get the 70D. I own the 60D, 70D and 7D2 and the 60D sensor wasn't that great. (Same sensor as the 7D.) 70D sensor is much better. In fact, the entire camera works better including the handy touch screen, faster fps, better AF, etc.
No offense to the above poster. Using that logic if price isn't a consideration why not get her the 5D3 and a 70-200mm f2.8 L version 2 to go with it. The 5D3 has a better sensor, better AF, higher resolution, less noise and it's full frame. It is all depending upon how much bang you want for your buck or in this case buck$. You can get two 60D's for the price of one 70D. Saying the 60D sensor "wasn't that great" is to say anything "better" makes everything else "Not that Great." Hasselblad has a fix for that comparison for around $25k. It makes every canon sensor "Not that Great."