The Queen and Philip visit armed forces charity

The Queen officially opened the new headquarters of the armed forces charity SSAFA in London.

The Queen Credit: Paul Edwards/The Sun/PA Wire

After meeting various charity beneficiaries, volunteers and staff, she was given a posy by six-year-old Harley Inns, whose brother, Rifleman Martin Kinggett, was killed in Afghanistan in 2010.

The Queen is presented with a posy. Credit: Paul Edwards/The Sun/PA Wire

The Queen was greeted by her cousin, Prince Michael of Kent, who is the charity's president.

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The Queen and Prince Michael of Kent Credit: Paul Edwards/The Sun/PA Wire

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