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Queen Elizabeth prefers sword over knife to cut cake at G-7 event


Team Udayavani, Jun 13, 2021, 10:05 AM IST

Queen Elizabeth II hosted the G7 summit in England at the Eden Project, an indoor rainforest centre.

The video of the 95-year-old monarch cutting the cake with a sword has made a buzz online.

During the event, the Queen was presented with a giant cake to celebrate her official birthday and despite a knife being available at the table, she went for the sword,

When someone mentioned the knife, the Queen replied, “I know there is!” further adding, “This is something that is more unusual.”

 

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The event was the monarch’s first major public appearance since the funeral of Prince Philip, the queen’s husband of more than seven decades.

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