Queen visits for lunch on historic day for Mitcham
From @WimbledonNews: "I am reliably informed the Queen is wearing a Stewart Pavin baby blue wool crepe with a white lavender and baby blue boule tweed coat!"
The Queen is meeting people at St Mark's Academy in Mitcham.
The Queen has arrived...
Her Majesty the Queen is visiting Mitcham today on what promises to be a historic day for the town.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are to host the South London lunch as part of this year's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
They are visiting St Mark's Academy in Acacia Road to host the British-themed lunch, in the presence of the all 13 mayors of south London's boroughs, including Merton's Gilli Lewis-Lavender.
Residents wishing to greet the Queen should line the streets of Cedars Avenue and Tamworth Lane in Mitcham between 11.30 to 12pm and 1.30 to 2pm.
Follow Lauren, who will be covering the Royal visit with regular updates on our Diamond Jubilee news page.
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