The Queen insists on using ceremonial sword to cut cake at Eden Project lunch

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “The Queen insists on using ceremonial sword to cut cake at Eden Project lunch” – below is their description.

    Her Majesty, accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge, was visiting the Eden Project’s ‘The Big Lunch’ initiative when she was asked to cut a cake.

    An aide offered “there is a knife if you want it” to which the Queen replied: “I know there is, but this is something a bit more unusual.”

    Her Majesty also welcomed G7 world leaders to the site on Friday for the summit’s reception dinner.

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