18 May 2013 - 13:56
Queen And Duke Of Edinburgh ‘Make Footprints’ In Cornwall

  
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The Queen and the Duke both looked well on their tr

The Queen and the Duke both looked well on their trip

Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh were in Cornwall yesterday where after travelling down by train, they were taken to St Michael’s Mount, a small island next to Cornwall, by what the BBC described as an ‘amphibious craft’.

Whilst on St Michael’s Mount, The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh created casts of their footprints on their visit. The Queen, 87, was said to be highly amused by the idea and was keen to have a go.

Whilst in Cornwall for their visit, The Queen and the Duke were greeted by hundreds of well-wishers and according to the BBC, ‘a male voice choir sang a Latin version of God Save The Queen’.



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