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Friday, 4 April 2014

BY FLORA LYIMO ~ QUEEN PAY A VISIT TO POPE FRANCIS AT THE VATICAN AND GAVE HIM ZAWADI MBALI MBALI ZIKIWEPO (MBEGE) WHISKEY 'MBUTA NANGA!!


Gifts fit for a Queen: The royal couple gave the Pope a huge hamper filled with goods from royal estates, including a bottle of whiskey. In return he gave them a lapis lazuli orb for eight-month-old great-grandson George
Gifts fit for a Queen: The royal couple gave the Pope a huge hamper filled with goods from royal estates, including a bottle of whiskey. In return he gave them a lapis lazuli orb for eight-month-old great-grandson George''
The Pope smiles as the Queen and the Duke of Edingburgh describe the products in the hamper they presented to him
Mbuta Nanga'' Bring the Glass''The Pope smiles as the Queen and the Duke of Edingburgh describe the products in the hamper they presented to him'
Present and correct: The lapis lazuli orb for Prince George is inscribed with 'Pope Francis, to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge'
Present and correct: The lapis lazuli orb for Prince George is inscribed with 'Pope Francis, to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge'
Blue for a boy: The box Prince George's present came in
Blue for a boy: The box Prince George's present came in
Cordial: Pope Francis, the Queen and Prince Philip talk at the Vatican while seated on elegant red chairs
Cordial: Pope Francis, the Queen and Prince Philip talk at the Vatican while seated on elegant red chairs'
Movers and shakers: The meeting between the Pope and monarch was very friendly in nature
Movers and shakers: The meeting between the Pope and monarch was very friendly in nature'
The Queen had been scheduled to visit Italy last year but the trip had to be postponed because she was unwell
The Queen had been scheduled to visit Italy last year but the trip had to be postponed because she was unwell
The Pope shakes hands with his Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh in the Pope's study
The Pope shakes hands with his Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh in the Pope's study
Group photo: The Queen and her staff with the Pope in the Vatican
Group photo: The Queen and her staff with the Pope in the Vatican''
Smiles better: The Queen and Pope beam at the cameras
No Mme wake at this time at She Smiles better: Mbuta Nanga''The Queen and Pope beam at the cameras' 

Happy days: The Queen smiles with Pope Francis
Happy days: The Queen smiles with Pope Francis'

Stately: The Queen and Italian President Giorgio Napolitano walk past Courrassiers presidential guards inside the Quirinale Presidential Palace on Thursday
Stately: The Queen and Italian President Giorgio Napolitano walk past Courrassiers presidential guards inside the Quirinale Presidential Palace on Thursday'
Grand occasion: Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, left, and The Queen walk in the courtyard of the Quirinale Presidential Palace after listening to the national anthems
Grand occasion: Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, left, and The Queen walk in the courtyard of the Quirinale Presidential Palace after listening to the national anthems


Ready and waiting: Pope Francis arrives together with Father Leonardo Sapienza to meet The Queen
Ready and waiting: Pope Francis arrives together with Father Leonardo Sapienza to meet The Queen'
Stately home: Italy's President Giorgio Napolitano and his wife Clio, along with The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at the Quirinal Palace, the official residence of the Italian President in Rome
Stately home: Italy's President Giorgio Napolitano and his wife Clio, along with The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at the Quirinal Palace, the official residence of the Italian President in Rome'

Touch down: The Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh are welcomed by Archbishop Francesco Canalini (left) as they arrive at Ciampino Airport, near Rome ahead of the meeting with Pope Francis
Touch down: The Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh are welcomed by Archbishop Francesco Canalini (left) as they arrive at Ciampino Airport, near Rome ahead of the meeting with Pope Francis
Long time coming: The journey to Rome is the 87-year-old monarch's first foreign trip since 2011
Long time coming: The journey to Rome is the 87-year-old monarch's first foreign trip since 2011
Anavyopenda Jokes huyu Babu wetu 'soma Joke  yake na Papa''before the royal departure, the Pope also presented the Duke of Edinburgh with three papal medals in gold, silver and bronze. ‘It’s the only gold medal I have ever won,’ the Duke joked.
On Italian soil: The Queen steps down from her flight, followed by Prince Philip
On Italian soil: The Queen steps down from her flight, followed by Prince Philip''
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh arrive at The Quirinale Palace where they are met by the President of Italy, President Napolitano
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh arrive at The Quirinale Palace where they are met by the President of Italy, President Napolitano'
Back to black: A look back at the Queen's previous Papal meetings' Jamani msione hivi nawajazieni picha na habari za Umalikia huu''Yani Mimi napenda sana Umalikia wa Uingereza napenda kuwafuatilia na kuwaiga vile vile kwa vitu niwezavyo kuiga'' And yes Mimi namsubiria Prince George of Cambridge akuwe tuje kuowana''yani naruhusiwa kumuowa when he is 30 years old'si ndiyo Kate ,eee''Mbuta Nanga! Hivi wabongo mngesemaje Flora Lyimo kuolewa Umalikiani ? Uwiii''sipati picha aisee Wale mnichukiao si mngekufa kwa Breaking news bila picha''Hahahaaa'' Na muniwache miaka milioni Mtoto wa Kichagga Ulaya mie nafanya yangu eee' Msinitafute tafute meeku''  Anyway 'wacha Habari za Queen with Pope ziendeleee''
When the Queen met the Pope in Italy, the relaxed event had a very different feel from her previous encounters with the Pontiff on Italian soil.
This time, the Queen did not wear black or a veil, as she has done on other visits.
In 1980 when meeting Pope John Paul II in Rome, she dressed entirely in black in keeping with Vatican protocol, with a tiara holding a cascade veil in place, just as she had done on her visit to Pope John XXIII in 1961.
Sombre outfit: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh moving through the halls of the Vatican Palace in 1951 to the apartment of Pope Pius XII
Sombre outfit: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh moving through the halls of the Vatican Palace in 1951 to the apartment of Pope Pius XII
The Queen pictured with Pope John in the Vatican in 1961
The Queen pictured with Pope John in the Vatican in 1961
In 2000, the Queen wore black again, but with a hat and a shorter veil. This was despite royal tradition that female members of the royal family do not wear black other than when in mourning.
Before the visit, Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen would not wear black or a mantilla - a lace veil - this time. A spokeswoman said: ‘It is in keeping with the informal nature of the visit.’
In 1951, when she was Princess Elizabeth, she meet Pope Pius XII and wore a floor length black gown with a long black veil.
In September 2010, Pope Benedict XVI made the first ever official Papal visit to Britain. Pope John Paul II's 1982 trip to the UK was a pastoral one.
Pope John Paul II receiving Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the Vatican during a State visit in 1980
Pope John Paul II receiving Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the Vatican during a State visit in 1980
Since the Queen's last meeting with a Pope in 2010, the monarchy's relationship with Catholicism has altered - with a partial end to the 300-year-old discrimination against those of the Catholic faith.
The introduction of the Succession to the Crown Act 2013, which comes into force once it is approved by all 15 Commonwealth countries where the Queen is head of state, means that members of the royal family who marry a Catholic no longer lose their place in line to the throne.
But the current prohibition on the monarch being a Catholic still remains in force.
Meetings between the royal family and Catholic popes are usually events full of tradition, drama and sometimes humour.
Heartfelt: Queen Elizabeth II exchanging presents with Pope John Paul II during an audience at the Vatican in Rome, Italy, in 2000
Heartfelt: Queen Elizabeth II exchanging presents with Pope John Paul II during an audience at the Vatican in Rome, Italy, in 2000''
Intrigue: The Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip show Pope John Paul II a book with 50 reproductions from Canaletto prints at the end of their private audience in the Vatican in 2000
Intrigue: The Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip show Pope John Paul II a book with 50 reproductions from Canaletto prints at the end of their private audience in the Vatican in 2000
It is said Queen Mary disliked wearing black so much she arrived with George V for an audience with Pope Pius XI in 1923 in a white dress complete with a pearl necklace and choker.
During an audience with John Paul II, Princess Diana asked the Pope about a wound he suffered in an assassination attempt a few years before, but he misinterpreted it amusingly.
Quoted in his biography the Prince of Wales wrote that his wife ‘...patted her tummy to indicate where he had been shot, but he didn't seem to understand what she was saying and replied with a beatific smile that she was the creator of life and seemed to bless her tummy - presumably, Diana surmised, because he mistook her as saying she was pregnant.’
The Queen and the Pope are meeting during Lent, traditionally a time of fasting and reflection.

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