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Queen Visits Exeter
Thousands have swarmed into Exeter city centre to catch a glimpse of The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on the Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Her majesty was retracing the steps she took 63 years ago when she named a war-scarred site 'Princesshay'.
Today she returned to a very different Princesshay. But the thrilled and cheering crowds were probably as keen to catch a glimpse of the royal pair as they were over six decades ago.
And as well as stopping to chat to onlookers - some of whom had waited for more than four hours - she also watched a Forties-style dance and music programme from Exeter College and chatted to three Exonians who'd been in the crowd back in 1949.
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Later she went on to Exeter University to open the £48 million Forum.
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