Queen And Children Wave From Balcony After 'Trooping'- The Queen, Prince Charles and Princess Anne wave from, the Buckingham palace balcony after the Queen's return to the palace balcony after the Queen's return to the palace following the traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony on Horse guards parade. From the balcony members of the Royal family the balcony members of the Royal family saw a fly-past of three squadrons of jet planes of the Royal Auxiliary air force - the first occasion on which the Auxiliary air force has been given the honour. The Queen wears her scarlet tunic and dark blue riding habit as Colonel-in-chief of the Coldstream guards. She was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, who is 33 today, wearing the uniform of Colonel of the Welsh guards. The trooping ceremony and the fly-past following it mark the Queen's official birthday. June 10, 1954. (Photo by United Press Photo).

Queen And Children Wave From Balcony After 'Trooping'- The Queen, Prince Charles and Princess Anne wave from, the Buckingham palace balcony after the Queen's return to the palace balcony after the Queen's return to the palace following the traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony on Horse guards parade. From the balcony members of the Royal family the balcony members of the Royal family saw a fly-past of three squadrons of jet planes of the Royal Auxiliary air force - the first occasion on which the Auxiliary air force has been given the honour. The Queen wears her scarlet tunic and dark blue riding habit as Colonel-in-chief of the Coldstream guards. She was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, who is 33 today, wearing the uniform of Colonel of the Welsh guards. The trooping ceremony and the fly-past following it mark the Queen's official birthday. June 10, 1954. (Photo by United Press Photo).
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