Accompanying the Queen in Nottingham

Accompanying the Queen in Nottingham

Accompanying the Queen in Nottingham
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Accompanying the Queen in Nottingham
Accompanying the Queen in Nottingham
Accompanying the Queen in Nottingham

Kate and William drove to join the Queen on her Diamond Jubilee Tour stop in Nottingham, waiting at the train station until the monarch arrived. (The Duke of Edinburgh was convalescing from his stint in the hospital with an infection. Kate had previously kicked the tour off with her grand-parents-in-law in Leicester earlier in the year.) The trio made their way to Market Square greeting the crowds, but they appeared on the balcony of Council House. Then it was off to Vernon Park to unveil a plaque and spend time with the scouts. William made a few remarks on behalf of Fields in Trust, an organization that protects green spaces and playing areas for children. The charity was one of the first patronages undertaken by the Duke of Edinburgh on his marriage to Elizabeth, when he accepted the role of president. In 2013, William took over the role. Fields in Trust is a member of The Charities Forum. Kate and William both participated in a variety of activities and games.

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