The Queen and Prince Charles carry out Mother-Son Engagement at Balmoral


The Queen and Prince Charles carry out Mother-Son Engagement at Balmoral

The Queen and the Prince of Wales have joined schoolchildren as they mark the start of the official planting session for The Queen's Green Canopy (QGC) at the Balmoral estate.

The monarch, 95, and her heir apparent, 72, took part in an outdoor forest school session with pupils and staff from Crathie Primary School at Balmoral's historic cricket pavilion.

During the mother-son outing, the Queen and Charles will "Plant a Tree for the Jubilee" to support the initiative, which will create a lasting legacy in tribute to Her Majesty's 70 years of service to the nation, through a network of trees planted in her name.

The monarch has been residing at her Scottish estate for her traditional summer break and the engagement marked the start of a busy autumn schedule for the Queen.

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