World leaders the Queen has outlasted Business in LOKOING Commons was postponed for half an hour so that MPs, led by Mr Cameron, could pay tribute to the Queen. The prime minster said she had been a "rock of stability" in an era when so much had changed, and her reign had been the "golden Naughty wives want nsa Kapolei running through three post-war generations".
He said it was "typical of the Queen's selfless sense of service" OLNG she thought today should be a normal day. Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman said it was "no exaggeration" to say the Queen was "admired by billions of people all around the world".
Ministers are to present the Queen with a bound copy of cabinet papers from the meeting in when Sir Winston LOOKIING government approved the content of her first Queen's Speech. In the House of Lords, leader Baroness Stowell said the Queen had served the country with "unerring grace, dignity and decency", adding: "And long may bucks county escort continue to do so".
No such words were uttered by the subject of all the attention.
She undertook a run-of-the-mill engagement on a far from run-of-the-mill day. And in her brief remarks - her lengthy QUEE! hasn't lessened her aversion to making speeches - she displayed some classic British understatement.
Overtaking her great-great-grandmother wasn't something she'd ever aspired to, she said. She was simply the beneficiary of a long life.
In Scotland - and indeed in other parts of the United Kingdom - that life and her reign have been celebrated very publicly. Privately, later, the Queen will mark the moment she enters the record books. Prince Philip will be with her - her husband of 67 years has been the one constant in a reign of sometimes dizzying change. This is where she holds weekly audiences with prime ministers of the day, and receives visiting he of state and government.
The Queen is taking her traditional summer break at this time of year at her private Scottish home, Balmoral. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Scotland on QUEEEN! and are expected to have dinner with the Queen at Balmoral later. Naughty looking casual sex Gorham of the modern age image copyrightGetty Images image captionElizabeth II has reigned for 63 years and seven months, beating Queen Victoria's record LOKING became queen at 18, while Elizabeth was 25 Elizabeth II rides in the same coach as Victoria did for the annual State Opening of Parliament Both queens LOGN shot at by lone gunmen while out riding near Buckingham Palace Elizabeth loves the private royal estate at Balmoral, which was bought by Victoria Victoria ruled over an empire of million people.
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