Dressed in our best clothes for the coronation.
She kisses the Bible and returns it to the Archbishop..
The Queen's regalia is presented to her including the orb.
The Queen with her regalia following her coronation.
Everyone celebrates the coronation,
We sang 'The Jubilee Song' written by M&H Johnson to celebrate the Queen's 60 year reign.
We enjoyed a delicious jubilee lunch outside, just like a street party.
At the altar the Queen says 'The things which I have here promised I will perform, and keep. So help me God'. She kisses the Bible and returns it to the Archbishop.
The Queen makes a further promise.
Lots of lords and ladies made their own crowns.
Walking to 'Westminster Abbey' (Little Plumstead Church). Our oldest children supporting the youngest of the school.
Reverend Christine ringing the bell to welcome the congregation.
Getting ready for the service, programmes in hand.
180 children in the church!
Reverend Christine plays the part of the Archbishop of Canterbury and leads the procession into the Church.
Our Bishops bring in the cornation regalia.
The Garter Principal King of Arms brings in the chalice which is nearly 500 years old.
The crown makes its way into the church.
The Queen remembers all her lines and swears to uphold the laws of her nations and govern the Church of England.
The Queen sits on the seat of estate next to the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Garter Principal King of Arms presents to the congregation their undoubted Queen.