Isn’t it too frivolous to say how important As the world watches the British pomp, ceremonies and religious ceremonies of Queen Elizabeth’s State Funeral, everything will look
? Certainly not. At least from s. Everyone who will be nervously dressing up to play their solemn role tomorrow – whether it’s the Home Guard, divisions in the Navy and RAF, the High Chancellor, the spokesman for the Guard, or the Archbishop of Canterbury and his clergy – will be feeling The weight of personal responsibility, going out looks impeccable. As the Head of State of all Armed Forces, Elizabeth’s close ties to the nation’s armed forces are famously beginning with 935, when she became the first female royal to join the Auxiliary Territorial Army. Whenever she visits the troops, everyone knows they’re taking a look at her laser eyes. “The Queen was known to be very dressy,” recalls Christopher Joel, a historian of the Household Cavalry. “She can find a button that reverses three levels.”
Members of the Household Cavalry in traditional ceremonial uniforms bearing the Royal Coat of Arms of Queen Elizabeth II.
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Not like Donald Trump’s pompous walk around perfunctory show, who rudely walks in front of the queen while checking h is Visit Windsor Castle – “When Her Majesty visits the troops, you really know you’re being inspected, ” Joel said. Not that she didn’t bring fun to those occasions. Prince William posted a photo of his grandmother’s favourite that made him blush and smile as he was in the Royal Army at Sandhurst 1815. (So does Harry.)