Saturday, July 2, 2016

Queen Arrives for Week of Engagements in Scotland

Caption: Queen Elizabeth II arrived by train at Edinburgh Waverley railway station for a week of engagements, known as Holyrood week

The Queen was all smiles as she pulled into Edinburgh train station ahead of Holyrood Week on Friday.

The monarch looked resplendent in a lilac dress and lilac and cream coat as she arrived at Edinburgh Waverley railway station for a week of engagements.

The 90-year-old royal was greeted with a bouquet of flowers upon her arrival and her aides carried a hefty amount of luggage off the train for her

Clearly the monarch doesn't travel light; there were boxes and boxes of clothes and hats, three umbrellas - including two clear ones - and her own branded red suitcases.

One man was also seen carrying what appeared to be a box of Indian fruits emblazoned with 'Bilawal House Karachi'.  Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

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