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Cardiff children sing for the Queen

Youngsters from six primary schools across Cardiff sang for the Queen this morning, to mark the day that she becomes Britain's longest-reigning monarch.

The children sang outside of The Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay Credit: ITV

Pupils from Thornhill, Christ The King, Baden Powell, Llanedeyrn, St John Lloyd and Greenway primary schools appeared live on ITV's Good Morning Britain programme, singing a rendition of 'God Save The Queen'.

Primary schools in Belfast, London and Scotland also took part in the broadcast, marking the Queen's record reign of 63 years and 7 months.

Check out the children's rendition below:


Welsh Secretary makes way for Queen

Questions to Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb in the House of Commons have been postponed so that MPs can pay tribute to the Queen instead. He was due to answer Welsh questions on Wednesday, the day Her Majesty becomes Britain's longest-reigning monarch.

I have agreed that questions to the Secretary of State for Wales should be postponed from this Wednesday until the following week, Wednesday September 16, to allow the House to mark the occasion on which Her Majesty the Queen will become our longest serving monarch. Prime Minister's Questions will take place as usual afterwards at 12 noon.

– House of Commons Speaker John Bercow MP


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