Queen jokes about ‘bird’s nest’ flower crown at Balmoral

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The Queen and Prince Charles have met with local schoolchildren at Balmoral, where they were shown tree measuring activities and admired some hand-crafted flower crowns.

As children showed off their woodland headpieces, Her Majesty joked: “It looks awfully uncomfortable … like a bird’s nest!”

The Queen and the Prince of Wales also planted a tree to mark the start of the planting season for The Queen’s Green Canopy. Report by Daisy Busel.

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