The Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge popped out for spot of tea today, it was as if they were on a girls’ day out.
Laughing and smiling, the trio’s visit to London foodie haven, Fortnum and Mason, was as cheerful and relaxed as a royal engagement ever gets.
The Queen, who celebrated her Diamond Jubilee this year, looked simply delighted to be accompanied for the first time by the two women who will, one day, follow in her footsteps.
As they entered the department store, which was founded in 1707 and boasts more than three centuries of royal service, they viewed a display of Diamond Jubilee United Services Tins filled with tea and clotted cream ‘super digestives’ (which don’t disintegrate when dunked) which are being sent to 18,000 members of the armed forces to mark the Queen's 60 years on the throne.
Sporting two daffodils on her lapel in honour of St Davids day, Kate wore a blue coat by Italian label M by Missoni and £375 shoes by Rupert Sanderson.
The Royal leading ladies were given tour of the store's food hall before having tea with 150 staff members;
The Queen appeared particularly animated as she viewed the range and laughed as she handled a tin of biscuits that played the national anthem. 'Oh how splendid,' she remarked.
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