Never-before-seen footage of Queen Elizabeth II’s historic Queensland visits | 7NEWS

Never-before-seen footage of queen elizabeth ii's historic queensland visits | 7news

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Never-before-seen footage of Queen Elizabeth II’s historic Queensland visits | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

They came in their thousands, swarms of spectators dressed to the nines, desperate for a glimpse of their new Queen Elizabeth.

7NEWS can show you never-before-seen footage of Her Majesty’s visits to Queensland in home movies held by the State Library.

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