Queen Elizabeth visited the Royal College of Physicians in London this morning to mark its 500th anniversary. For this event, she repeated her pale grey-blue straw hat with domed crown, asymmetrical upturned brim, and silk flower and ribbon trim.
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Today The Queen visited the Royal College of Physicians of London to mark its 500th anniversary. Founded in 1518 by Royal Charter from King Henry VIII, the Royal College is the oldest medical college in England. The Royal College of Physicians of London plays an important role in improving patient care and shaping public health. As the professional membership body for physicians, the College has 34,000 members and fellows across the globe. Her Majesty laid the foundation stone for the College's Regent's Park building in 1964. This visit comes at the start of a year which will also mark the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service. 📸 Press Association