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US News Quick on one's feet! The Queen, 92, almost stumbles on the steps of Westminster Abbey as she leaves RAF centenary service - but immediately regains her balance

15:15  10 july  2018
15:15  10 july  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Arriving at Westminster Abbey this morning the Duchess, 36, paired her A-line dress with a stunning netted headpiece, just hours after she divided Royally rushed off their feet ! This afternoon, Harry and Meghan will join royals at a Buckingham Palace reception to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force.

The Queen immediately regained her balance and walked down the steps without any aide © PA The Queen immediately regained her balance and walked down the steps without any aide The Queen appeared to lose her footing as she left Westminster Abbey following the RAF centenary service on Tuesday morning. 

The 92-year-old monarch came close to stumbling as she made her way out of the abbey with the Dean of Westminster.  

a group of people walking down the street: The Queen almost stumbled as she left Westminster Abbey with the Dean of Westminster following the RAF centenary service on Tuesday © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen almost stumbled as she left Westminster Abbey with the Dean of Westminster following the RAF centenary service on Tuesday The Dean, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, reached out his hand in concern but the Queen was able to steady herself without his help after pausing to regain her balance.

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The Queen then walked down the steps of Westminster Abbey without any aide. 

a group of people walking down the street: The 92-year-old monarch crossed one leg in front of the other as she briefly lost her footing © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The 92-year-old monarch crossed one leg in front of the other as she briefly lost her footing The Queen was joined by senior royals including the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the event earlier today.

a group of people walking down the street: The Dean, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, reached out his hand in concern, seen above, but the Queen was able to steady herself without his help after pausing to regain her balance © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Dean, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, reached out his hand in concern, seen above, but the Queen was able to steady herself without his help after pausing to regain her balance The service, which was also attended by the Prime Minister, marked the start of a busy day of engagements celebrating 100 years since the air force was founded.  

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Elizabeth II et al. standing on a sidewalk: The Queen, 92, opted for a vibrant purple and teal creation as she led senior royals in the commemorative service © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen, 92, opted for a vibrant purple and teal creation as she led senior royals in the commemorative service It was on April 1, 1918 that the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service merged to create the RAF - the world's first independent air service.  

Elizabeth II et al. wearing costumes: The Queen, 92, arrived for the service as she kicked off a busy day of engagements commemorating the RAF centenary © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen, 92, arrived for the service as she kicked off a busy day of engagements commemorating the RAF centenary Despite still being on maternity leave, after giving birth to Louis only 11 weeks ago, it is understood Kate felt the celebrations were important to attend if she could, having also taken part in Louis' christening yesterday. 

Elizabeth II wearing a hat: The Queen looked resplendent in a iridescent purple and teal coat, which she wore over a dress of similar colours © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen looked resplendent in a iridescent purple and teal coat, which she wore over a dress of similar colours More than 2,200 people packed Westminster Abbey for the service, with dignitaries including Prime Minister Theresa May, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attending. 

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A church dedicated to St Peter is said to have stood on the site of Westminster Abbey as early as You'll find many of the Abbey ' s 600-plus memorials in the Nave. One of the first you'll see is in St Other notable items include the royal tombs of Elizabeth I and her predecessor Mary Tudor, the Royal

Elizabeth II wearing a hat: The Queen today © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen today The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, addressed the congregation and said the RAF has in its first 100 years been a decisive factor in serving the country, as well as being key in protecting democracy and freedom.

a group of people sitting on a bench: The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, looked elegant in a mint-coloured coat and matching hat for the occasion © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, looked elegant in a mint-coloured coat and matching hat for the occasion With an RAF ensign draped over the high altar behind him in the abbey, Mr Welby also highlighted how members of his own family have served and been killed in the RAF - drawing attention to his own father who flew low level sorties in Burma.

Theresa May sitting in front of a building: Prime Minister Theresa May was among those who spoke at the service. She wore an RAF pin on her lapel © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prime Minister Theresa May was among those who spoke at the service. She wore an RAF pin on her lapel And amid turmoil in the Cabinet and her Government, Mrs May delivered a reading at the service, Hebrews 11:32-12:2, with the head of the RAF Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier also taking to the lectern.

a person in a suit and tie: The newlyweds, who tied the knot in May, looked in excellent spirits as they took their seats ahead of the service © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The newlyweds, who tied the knot in May, looked in excellent spirits as they took their seats ahead of the service Charles, William and Harry all chose to wear No 1 RAF uniform to the abbey, with Kate wearing a Dacre Brooch - which was presented to her by the Air Cadets when she took on patronage in 2015.

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a person wearing a military uniform: William and Kate shared a light-hearted moment with their new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex outside the service © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited William and Kate shared a light-hearted moment with their new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex outside the service And in keeping with the traditional blue of the RAF, the Queen wore a royal blue silk coat with a turquoise collar and dress in the same colour, both by Angela Kelly, with a matching hat by Angela Kelly and a diamond star brooch.

a person standing in front of a building: The Duchess of Sussex opted for an ultra-feminine black dress with a full skirt as she joined her husband Prince Harry © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duchess of Sussex opted for an ultra-feminine black dress with a full skirt as she joined her husband Prince Harry Following the service at Westminster Abbey, the Queen will present a new Queen's Colour to the RAF along with her son Prince Charles in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, before she makes a brief speech.

a person wearing a uniform: Prince Edward © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Edward

The royals will then appear on the balcony of the Queen's London residence to view a flypast of up to 100 RAF aircraft, a parade of more than 1,000 personnel, and a feu de joie.

a group of people in uniform: Prince Michael of Kent © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Michael of Kent Up to 100 aircraft from Battle of Britain-era Spitfires and Lancaster Bombers to Britain's cutting-edge F-35 stealth fighter jets will take to the skies from 12.45pm before thundering over Buckingham Palace 15 minutes later.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived as a foursome for the service © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived as a foursome for the service Thousands are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of the iconic flypast, while more than a thousand servicemen and women took part in a parade on The Mall.

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