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Our Queenandduke Collection of Images

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 190 pictures in our Our Queenandduke Collection of Images collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Queen Elizabeth II & the Duke of Edinburgh in Bury St Edmunds

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh chat while seated during a musical performance in the Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds during her Golden Jubilee visit to Suffolk. *09/10/03: The Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, was launching a set of revamped train carriages in a visit to London's Kings Cross Station. Great North Eastern Railway has invested 30 million in the refit of all 302 passenger car interiors in their electric 225 fleet. Extra legroom for passengers in standard accommodation, seats with better back support, fresh coffee-making facilities and electric power sockets for laptops are among the improvements.

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Heads of State D-Day commemoration

The Queen, Heads of State and their wives aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia for the D-Day commemoration. L-R Front row: Norma Major, President Walesa, King Harald of Norway, President Clinton, The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, Mrs Clinton, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, John Major. L-R Back Row: Mrs Bolger, Paul Keating, Mrs Emilia Kovacova, Louka Katseli, Gerassimos Arsenis (Greek Defence Minister), Aline Chretien, Jean Chretien (PM of Canada), Michael Kovac, Mrs Keating, Jim Bolger (PM of New Zealand), Danuta Walesa, President Havel.

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Queen Elizabeth - Standards and Guidon ceremony

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II in her role as Colonel-in-Chief of the Household Cavalry, and the Duke of Edinburgh, arrive at the Presentation of Standards and Guidon ceremony in London's Horseguards Parade. * In a ceremony which occurs just once every 10 years, the Queen was being escorted, in a horse-drawn carriage, from Buckingham Palace to Horse Guards in Central London by cavalrymen of the Life Guards, where the old Standards and Guidon - banners - were being paraded for the last time. The new Colours and Guidon were then being brought on to the parade ground and, following consecration by the clergy, were being paraded before the Queen.

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