Queen Visits Nottingham

The Queen was greeted with deafening cheers as she joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Nottingham today (WEDS) where she continues her Diamond Jubilee tour in the absence of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. After four days of pomp and pageantry as the country celebrated 60 years on the throne, it was back to the day job for the monarch who will unveil a plaque and attend a picnic during the first leg of her two-day visit to the East Midlands. Up to 5,000 people packed i

The Queen was greeted with deafening cheers as she joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Nottingham today (WEDS) where she continues her Diamond Jubilee tour in the absence of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. After four days of pomp and pageantry as the country celebrated 60 years on the throne, it was back to the day job for the monarch who will unveil a plaque and attend a picnic during the first leg of her two-day visit to the East Midlands. Up to 5,000 people packed i

The Queen was greeted with deafening cheers as she joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Nottingham today (WEDS) where she continues her Diamond Jubilee tour in the absence of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. After four days of pomp and pageantry as the country celebrated 60 years on the throne, it was back to the day job for the monarch who will unveil a plaque and attend a picnic during the first leg of her two-day visit to the East Midlands. Up to 5,000 people packed i

The Queen was greeted with deafening cheers as she joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Nottingham today (WEDS) where she continues her Diamond Jubilee tour in the absence of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. After four days of pomp and pageantry as the country celebrated 60 years on the throne, it was back to the day job for the monarch who will unveil a plaque and attend a picnic during the first leg of her two-day visit to the East Midlands. Up to 5,000 people packed i

The Queen was greeted with deafening cheers as she joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Nottingham today (WEDS) where she continues her Diamond Jubilee tour in the absence of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. After four days of pomp and pageantry as the country celebrated 60 years on the throne, it was back to the day job for the monarch who will unveil a plaque and attend a picnic during the first leg of her two-day visit to the East Midlands. Up to 5,000 people packed i