Queen Elizabeth visits Berkhamsted School in London

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives to visit Berkhamsted School, north-west of London on May 6, 2016, on the 475th Anniversary of its foundation. Berkhamsted School was founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's, initially as a school of just 144 pupils. Schools Group is currently responsible for the education of over 1,800 pupils..
Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston at Berkhamsted School, Queen Elizabeth style, wore dress
Queen Elizabeth II arrives at St Peter's Church, Berkhamsted for a service before her visit to Berkhamsted School
Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to Berkhamsted School as part of the school's 475th Anniversrary celebrations
Crowds gather for Queen Elizabeth IIs arrival at St Peter's Church, Berkhamsted before her visit to Berkhamsted School
as part of the school's 475th Anniversary celebrations, at Berkhamsted School
Queen Elizabeth II, Patron, Berkhamsted School, inspects a Guard of Honour formed from the school's Combined Cadet Force
The Queen, in her role as Patron of the school, will inspect a Guard of Honour formed from the school's Combined Cadet Force

3 comments:

  1. OMG, what's on the tall, skinny woman's head?

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  2. I literally snorted water up my nose when I saw that and then again when I read your OMG .... hahaha
    Someone list their Easter chicken apparently. Bahahaaa

    I bet the Queen had a chuckle about that feather whatever it is omg is right 🤔😲😝

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