Queen visits climate change institute in Scotland

Britain's Queen, Elizabeth II and her daughter Princess Anne visited the Edinburgh Climate Change Institute to hear about their work combating climate change on Thursday (July 1), just hours before her grandsons were to unveil a statue in London honouring their late mother on what would have been her 60th birthday.

Not showing any signs of worry over the expected showdown between the feuding Princes William and Harry, as they meet for the first time since the funeral of their grandfather Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen smiled and chatted with staff at the institute in the University of Edinburgh.

It was her final engagement as part of the Royal Week visit to Scotland.

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