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UNITED KINGDOM, Windsor : A plane flies past Union Jack bunting hanging on a street in Windsor on April 21, 2011. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 85th birthday today by visiting London's Westminster Abbey, in a useful rehearsal for the wedding of her grandson Prince William next week. - AFP

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UNITED KINGDOM, Windsor : Royal wedding souvenirs on show in a shop window in Windsor on April 21, 2011. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 85th birthday today by visiting London's Westminster Abbey, in a useful rehearsal for the wedding of her grandson Prince William next week. - AFP

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UNITED KINGDOM, Windsor : Union Jack bunting hangs along a street in Windsor on April 21, 2011. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 85th birthday today by visiting London's Westminster Abbey, in a useful rehearsal for the wedding of her grandson Prince William next week. - AFP

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Members of the Queen's Body Guard of the Yeoman of the Guard board a coach outside Westminster Abbey in central London following the Royal Maundy Service on April 21, 2011. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 85th birthday Thursday by visiting London's Westminster Abbey, days before her grandson Prince William is married there. The monarch was to attend the Royal Maundy service, an Easter tradition whereby the sovereign gives out specially-minted silver coins to the elderly. - UNITED KINGDOM, London, AFP

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Union Jack bunting hangs along a street in Windsor on April 21, 2011. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 85th birthday today by visiting London's Westminster Abbey, in a useful rehearsal for the wedding of her grandson Prince William next week. — UNITED KINGDOM, Windsor, AFP

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