Pictures: Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen arrived by train at St Pancras station
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Pictures: Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen arrived by train at St Pancras station

Leicester : United Kingdom | Mar 08, 2012 at 6:34 AM PST
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Duchess of Cambridge disembarks the train from London

Queen started on Thursday (8) a tour around UK on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee celebrating 60 years of her arrival to the throne.,accompanied by her husband Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh, and Duchess of Cambridge (again in absence of her husband prince William because of his duties in the Armed Forces in Falkland Islands).

The Royal family arrived by train at Leicester station in the heart of England, where they received by local authorities and a large crowd who decorated for the occasion with banners bearing the logo of the actual anniversary.

The Queen who wore fuchsia coat and hat while Duchess of Cambridge dazzling in a teal suit by L.K. Bennett nipped-in at the waist and Prince Philip will visit the Cathedral of Leicester, which is the beginning of a tour that will end on 25 July in southeast England,according to DailyMail.

Still according to the tabloid, a police helicopter monitored the area on top while local police increased and access to certain restricted areas for ordinary people

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