The Queen unveiled the Windsor Greys statue to mark her diamond jubilee [PA]
PRINCE William joined his grandparents for a rare joint royal engagement as the Queen unveiled a bronze statute of two of her horses today.
The Duke of Cambridge joked he had had his arm twisted to act as patron of a project in which the people of Windsor raised £200,000 to erect the statue to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
It was thought to be the first time since William attended the Braemar Games in 2005 with the Queen and Prince Philip that grandson and grandparents had undertaken a royal engagement as a trio.
Senior royal aides could not remember another occasion, apart from when the Queen and Philip visited his base at RAF Valley on April 1, 2011 – but he was hosting the visit as an airforce officer that day rather than on royal duties.
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