ROYAL LIVE: The Queen Opens Welsh Parliament

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‘ROYAL LIVE: The Queen Opens Welsh Parliament’

Her Majesty, The Queen will be in attendance to officially open the sixth session of the Senedd on Thursday 14 October where she will be making a speech to Welsh Parliamentarians.

Follow along with the Royal Family Channel as we join Her Majesty, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall for the day’s events.

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