THE Queen has today embraced summer in a bright yellow outfit as she received a Gaelic welcome in North Lanarkshire.
The 93-year-old beamed as she arrived at the school as part of her trip to Scotland.
She dressed perfectly for the weather, with a Saharan bubble seeing the mercury soar to the mid-30s.
She will be met by the Lord Lieutenant of Dunbartonshire and the Lord Lieutenant of Lanarkshire before moving to Greenfaulds High School’s central atrium.
Greenfaulds High School is the centre for Gaelic medium education in the council area and currently has around 90 pupils studying the language.
The present school roll is around 1,400 pupils from first to sixth year.
The Queen will then be invited to view an exhibition and the headteacher, together with local historians, will explain the school’s history.
Her Majesty will meet teachers and Service Staff and view a performance by North Lanarkshire Schools’ Pipe Band on the athletic track before presenting two Provost Community Recognition awards.
She will then return inside the school to the auditorium where there will be a Gaelic poetry recital by a pupil from Condorrat Primary School and a Gaelic song will be performed by pupils from East Dunbartonshire String Ensemble.
She will tomorrow attend a ceremony in Scotland to mark the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament.
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It comes as The Sun Online revealed Her Majesty “does not care” for the alleged feuding between Prince William and Prince Harry.
For months, the royal family has been plagued by rumours of a rift between the brothers, which was further fuelled by the split of their joint charity this month.
Ingrid added that in the midst of the rumours of a feud, the Queen prefers to seek the company of her “down to earth” granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike.
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