Queen names the Royal Navy's largest ever warship

The Royal Navy’s largest ever warship has been officially named by the Queen in a traditional ceremony held at Roswyth Dockyard in Fife.

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Queen names Royal Navy's largest ever warship

The Royal Navy’s largest ever warship has been officially named by the Queen in a traditional ceremony held at Roswyth Dockyard in Fife.

ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports:

A bottle of Islay malt whisky, from the first distillery the Queen visited in Scotland, was smashed on the hull of the 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier.

At 72,000 tonnes and 932 feet long, Britain's largest ever ship has been named "HMS Queen Elizabeth."

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