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Prince William supports the Queen at the Order of the Thistle cermony

The Queen led the British royals at the Knights of the Thistle ceremony in Edinburgh on Thursday. Supported by her grandson Prince William, daughter Princess Anne and husband Prince Philip, Britain's monarch took part in the age-old service at St Giles' Cathedral. Starting the procession from the Scottish capital's Signet Library, the Queen, Anne, William and Philip made their way along the Royal Mile, which was lined with well-wishers. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh A majestic fanfare and a mounted guard of honour greeted the royals as they entered the cathedral, while the band of the

Princes William and Harry to launch Queen's initiative before traveling to Belgium with Duchess of Cambridge

Princes William and Harry are teaming up to launch a new initiative on behalf of their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. On Wednesday at Buckingham Palace the brothers will unveil details of The Queen's Young Leaders Programme which aims to find future Commonwealth leaders. The Queen is the head of the Commonwealth - the voluntary association of 53 countries made up of 2.2 billion citizens - and the position will one pass to William.  Prince Harry and Prince William carry out a joint engagemnt on behalf of their grandmother next week It isn't the first time that William and Harry have represented their grandmother. The pair