Photo Album - Queen's Birthday Parade 2018

Photographer: Mark Leishman | 9 June 2018

Pictures from The Queen's Birthday Parade, held on Saturday 9 June 2018, by Mark Leishman who was on The Mall.

These pictures give great insight of how much there is to see from sidelines and you can find out more about Trooping the Colour and how to get tickets to the seated stands.

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    Detachment of Irish Guards marching up The Mall.
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    Street liner on The Mall
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    Band of the Welsh Guards
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    The Drum Majors parade in their gold State Dress
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    Band of the Welsh Guards
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    Irish Guards Officers
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    1st Battalion Irish Guards
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    Band of the Scots Guards
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    Scots Guards Drum Major
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    Pipes and Drums of the Scots Guards
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    Pipes and Drums of the Scots Guards
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    Irish Guards
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    Posting street liners from the Irish Guards
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    Street liners are posted along the length of The Mall
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    Authorised Firearms Officers from the Metropolitan Police provide security
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    Irish Guards officer standing at ease
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    Attention to detail with the distance between street liners measured with a pace stick.
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    HRH The Prince of Wales en-route to Horse Guards
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    Band of the Grenadier Guards
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    Irish Guards Corps of Drums
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    Scots Guards
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    Grenadier Guards
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    Band of the Irish Guards
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    Irish Guards Drums and Pipes
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    Band of the Coldstream Guards
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    Coldstream Guards
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    Coldstream Guards Corps of Drums
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    7 Company Coldstream Guards
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    The Colours of the Coldstream Guards being escorted to Horse Guards Parade.
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    Leading Horsemen / Women from the Royal Mews
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    The Duchess of Cornwall and Duchess of Cambridge on their way to Horse Guards
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    Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex ride past
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    Drum horses from the Band of The Household Cavalry
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    Band of the Household Cavalry in State Dress
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    The Blues and Royals
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    Her Majesty The Queen
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    Household Cavalry Standard
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    The Life Guards
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    Domhnall of Shantamon the mascot of the Irish Guards.

    Pronounced 'Donal' he retired in September 2019 after almost 7 years of service.
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    Waiting for the parade to return down The Mall
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    Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery
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    Kings Troop, riding to Green Park where they fire a 41 Gun Salute to mark The Queen's official birthday
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    The Guns are Kings Troop's Colours which is why the street liners present arms as they pass.
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    Drum Horses leading the Parade
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    The Massed Bands of the Household Division
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    HM The Queen leading Her Guards back down The Mall to Buckingham Palace
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    The Duke of York and The Princess Royal
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    The Coldstream Guards Colours following the Royal Party
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irish Gaurds marching to Horse Guards Parade

More Pictures from Mark Leishman

You will find more pictures from Mark on our website and social media pages and you can follow him on Facebook.

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