Elizabeth II in yellow and blue attire opened a new railway line in London

Elizabeth II in yellow and blue attire opened a new railway line in London

On May 17, the Queen of Great Britain opened a new railway line at Paddington Station in London. She was accompanied by her son, Prince Andrew. For the opening ceremony, Elizabeth II chose a yellow Stewart Parvin coat and a yellow hat with blue flowers Rachel Trevor-Morgan, Hello writes.

The new Crossrail railway system in London has been under construction since 2009. In Britain, it is called the Elizabeth line – the line of Elizabeth. The new form of public transport will link urban areas, as well as the eastern and western suburbs. The opening was attended by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and London Transport Commissioner Andy Byford.

Recently, due to health problems, Elizabeth II rarely travels outside Windsor Castle. On May 13, the Queen attended a horse show at Windsor, her first public appearance in two months.

Elizabeth II in yellow and blue dress opened a new railway line in London

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Elizabeth II in blue and yellow opened a new railway line in London

Photo: Getty Images

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