The Queen makes a surprise appearance at the opening of the Elizabeth Line

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The Queen has made a surprise appearance at the official opening of the Elizabeth Line, the London Crossrail project named in her honour.

The 96-year-old monarch arrived at Paddington Station alongside her son, the Earl of Wessex, to mark the completion of the line.

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