Queen Elizabeth II began her traditional Scottish week with a visit to Glasgow on Monday, accompanied by her grandson Prince William.
Let’s go to “Holy Week”. Week of Commitments that Makes Every Year in Scotland Queen Elizabeth II Late June–early July, hence baptized with reference to Holyroodhouse, her royal residence in Edinburgh where she had settled on the occasion. Canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it could be scheduled this year but without meetings bringing a lot of people together, such as the traditional royal garden party at Holyroodhouse.
The factory where Iron Brew is made
The Sovereign’s Scottish event began on Monday, 28 June 2021 in the town of Cumbernauld, 25 km northeast of Glasgow. Their new facilities were expected to be inaugurated at the AG Barr factory. A soft drink manufacturer and listed on the stock exchange, this company is best known for the production of Iran Brew. Launched in 1901, it is a symbol of Scotland, “rivalling whiskey as the country’s national drink” and “known as the perfect cure for a hangover”, recalled.daily mail,
Dressed in a pale blue coat and a single-coloured cap adorned with blue and white flowers, the 95-year-old emperor was all smiles. She didn’t come alone. next to him was his grandson le prince william, second in order of succession to the crown after his father, Prince Charles. Reporting on this outing, the “Daily Mail” specified that the Duke of Cambridge – known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland – would not be the only one accompanying Queen Elizabeth II during this “Hollyrood Week”. His daughter, Princess Anne, will join him to attend his engagement on Wednesday and next Thursday.
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