Queen Makes Officers Laugh in Surprise Appearance

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‘Queen Makes Officers Laugh in Surprise Appearance’

The Queen made a surprise appearance at the Reddendo Parade in Scotland. She made the officers laugh when joking about a glass sculpture gifted to her.

Traditionally, the monarch is presented with two arrows from The Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland Archers. Previous so-called Reddendos have included a crystal goblet with an engraving of Archers shooting in the gardens of the Palace, and a reddendo pen tray.

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