Queen Elizabeth celebrates 300 years of the Royal Artillery

Queen Elizabeth II, Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel and cloister on the occasion of their Tercentenary at Knighton Down on May 26, 2016 in Lark Hill, England. Queen Eliabeth II has been Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery since 6 February 1952.
Queen Elizabeth Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel. Queen Elizabeth style, dress, jewelery, jewel, gold jewels
Queen Elizabeth Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel. Queen Elizabeth style, dress, jewelery, jewel, gold jewels
Queen Elizabeth Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel. Queen Elizabeth style, dress, jewelery, jewel, gold jewels
Queen Elizabeth Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel. Queen Elizabeth style, dress, jewelery, jewel, gold jewels
Queen Elizabeth Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel. Queen Elizabeth style, dress, jewelery, jewel, gold jewels
Queen Elizabeth Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, visits the Royal Garrison Church after unveiling a foundation stone for the new chapel. Queen Elizabeth style, dress, jewelery, jewel, gold jewels

4 comments:

  1. She looks great!

    That little girl in the second to last picture is just too cute LOL

    Its the Queen ! Lol

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  2. Like this softer color on QE. Looks gooood!

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  3. HM still has a twinkle in her eye ! She's look amazingly well !

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  4. Oh my, what a darling little girl!

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