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Today, she is accompanied by her daughter in law Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the two royal women are attending a service at Westminster Abbey celebrating the church's th anniversary.

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Camilla and the Queen arrive at Westminster Abbey to celebrate the th anniversary of the church's consecration. Both royal women were dressed in light shades for the celebration, with Camilla wearing a pale blue, and the Queen in a very soft beige with pink accents. Both women wore hats for the occasion.


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According to the royal family's twitter account , every Coronation since has been held in Westminster Abbey, including the Queen's and her father's. The church has also held 16 royal weddings, including the Queen's in , and Prince William and Kate Middleton's in Today, the Queen heard Westminster Choir perform a new work written specifically for this service with lyrics based on anonymous words about the Christian faith from the 6th and 7th centuries.

She also listened to the Dean of Westminster give a sermon, in which he reflected on the church's history and said, "pray that we may never lose our commitment to doing what is good.

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Reflects on recent Royal services at Westminster Abbey as a model of "Royal service". In Her Majesty's diamond jubilee year, the author recalls the coronation, and special commemorations attended by The Queen in Westminster Abbey in recent years, including the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Availability In stock.

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Add to Cart. Skip to the end of the images gallery. Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. Additional Information. Delivery Policy. The Queen, when she was 21, declared that her whole life whether it was long or short would be devoted to service. At the coronation, she was set apart for service after the example of Jesus Christ.

In Her Majesty's diamond jubilee year, the Dean of Westminster recalls the coronation, and special commemorations attended by The Queen in Westminster Abbey in recent years, including the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge which reached a television audience of 2. He offers an insight into some very special occasions - not all widely known - and reflects on a pattern of leadership as devoted service.

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