Chancellor Garth Moore - Lambeth Palace Chapel, London
Chancellor Garth Moore, the retired Chancellor of the Durham, Gloucester and Southwark Dioceses and a former chairman of the Legal Advisory Commission, with his cousin Penny Rawlinson and her 10-week-old son Anthony. They were outside Lambeth Palace Chapel where Moore was conferred with the Lambeth Degree of Doctor of Civil Law by the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Robert Runcie. The degree recognises his Canon and Ecclesiastical Law services to the Church.
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Ceremony of the Garter procession
Britain s Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, are driven away from St George's Chapel, after the annual Ceremony of the Garter procession. * The Garter is Britain s highest honour bestowed by the Queen on men and women for outstanding achievement and service to the nation. For fans of pomp and ceremony, the splendour of Garter Day at Windsor Castle is hard to beat.
Politics - State Opening of Parliament
The Queen reading the speech from the throne, her first containing the legislative proposals of a Labour government, in the House of Lords during the opening of Parliament. She wears the Royal Robes and the Imperial Crown. Standing on the steps are the Earl of Longford (left), who bears the Cap of Maintenance, and Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fraser of North Cape, with the Sword of State.