Queen Elizabeth II may be more used to palaces and state carriages but the British monarch nonetheless enjoyed a spin in a motorhome on Thursday, calling it a "real home from home".
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II views the interior of a motorhome as she tours the Bailey motorhome factory in Bristol. She said the abodes were a "real home from home".
The sovereign, 86, and her 91-year-old husband Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, rode 200 metres in an Approach SE 760 model at the Bailey of Bristol factory in the southwest English city.
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