23.4.11

A-Z Blog Challenge part Q, R & S

Q
is for.... 
Queen
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In government and monarchy
Queen regnant, a female monarch of equivalent power to a male king.
Any of the three currently living queens regnant:


Which brings me to 
R
is for....
Royal wedding
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the 1951 MGM musical, see Royal Wedding.
A royal wedding is a marriage ceremony involving members of a royal family. Weddings involving senior members of the royal family are often seen as important occasions of state and attract significant national and international attention.

The Royal Wedding (HRH Prince William & Miss C Middleton)
is on Friday and every one is in good spirts thanks to the lovely weather and an extra day off work! 
&
finally
S
is for
Saint George
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
St. George is the patron saint of England; his cross forms the national flag of England, and features within the Union Jack of the United Kingdom. Traces of the cult of Saint George in England predate the Norman Conquest in the eleventh century;[citation needed] by the fourteenth century the saint had been declared both the patron saint and the protector of the royal family.[40]
His memorial is celebrated on 23 April, and he is regarded as one of the most prominent military saints.

So today is St Georges day!

In honour of this I bring you....


Hope you all have a fantastic weekend


XXX





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