The Queen cracks jokes with Prince Charles in Scotland

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The Queen cracks jokes with Prince Charles in Scotland. The Queen looked delighted in an elegant blue outfit as she appeared alongside the Prince of Wales whilst attending Scotland Reddendo Parade.

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