Queen and Duchess of Cambridge at King’s College London

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The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge visited King’s College London on March 19th to open Bush House, the latest education and learning facilities on the Strand Campus. The Queen and Duchess arrived at the central courtyard that connects the five Bush House Buildings, before touring the facilities and meeting a number of supporters of the development. They moved up to the eighth floor, visiting one of two Roof Terraces which boast panoramic views of London and to meet those who worked on the conversion of Bush House.

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The Queen and Duchess viewed a robotics demonstration, including robotic surgery, and a demo showing how sensors made from textiles can measure useful information about the body. They then visit King’s virtual trading floor, and met a number of students from the Entrepreneurship Institute. The Queen and Duchess concluded the visit in the development’s new auditorium, where the Queen unveiled a plaque, formally opening Bush House, before signing the Visitor’s Book alongside the Duchess of Cambridge.


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  1. Very cool visit! I wish I could have been there. I find robotics fascinating! The Queen looks wonderful in pink and it’s so nice to see her out and about with the Duchess of Cambridge. She is learning how to do her future queenly duties from a master teacher!

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