Queen Elizabeth hosts reception to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta

Queen Elizabeth II meets with Lord Dyson, Chairman, Magna Carta Trust, Sir Robert Worcester, Chairman, Magna Carta 800th Trust, Lord Neuberger, Professor Robert Hazell and Joshua Rozenberg during a reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta
Queen Elizabeth II meets with Lord Dyson, Chairman, Magna Carta Trust, Sir Robert Worcester, Chairman, Magna Carta 800th Trust, Lord Neuberger, Professor Robert Hazell and Joshua Rozenberg during a reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta at at Buckingham Place on February 23, 2015 in London, England.
Queen Elizabeth looks on as she is shown a copy of the magna carta by Dr Claire Breay of the British Library during a reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta at at Buckingham Place
Queen Elizabeth II speaks with young lawyers and law students during a reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta at at Buckingham Place

4 comments:

  1. De koningin is nog altijd bij de pinken en steeds paraat voor al die bezoeken . Zou ze is niet graag een dagje op de bank liggen. En haar man ook, zich altijd moeten opkleden, kapper etc.

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  2. Η γυναικάρα με τα κόκκινα!

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  3. I am a little confused about the Queen's suit she is wearing. More specifically, the skirt. It seems to have some material halfway over the suit skirt. It looks almost like a slip or lining that comes half way down or over the skirt. It looks sort of strange. I have never seen the Queen unkept or wear something "strange", but this skirt has me scratching my head.

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  4. I think it is a dress - I agree that it looks strange. Her majesty usually wears more structured clothing, like the jacket she has on.

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