Queen Elizabeth attends a service at the Guards Chapel in London

On February 22, 2019, Queen Elizabeth II, Patron, The Royal Army Chaplains' Department (AChD), attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department. The service was held at The Guards’ Chapel, Wellington Barracks. The Queen’s grandfather, King George V, bestowed their Royal title in recognition of its outstanding service and sacrifice during the First World War 200 years ago today. AChD was formed by Royal Warrant of 23 September 1796.
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department
The Queen attended a service to celebrate the centenary of when King George V granted the prefix 'Royal' to the department

6 comments:

  1. Very nice coat and hat combination. The blue with black trim looks nice on her.

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  2. Amazing! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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  3. Beautiful blue!
    Is this real Royal Blue?

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  4. Classy, dignified, always appropriate...No wonder she is respected by so many.

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  5. La première guerre mondiale était il y a 100 ans ,pas 200 .Revisez votre histoire 😜

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  6. She is a very beautiful lady, inside and out

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