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The Queen gladly laughs as the kids treat her to a live music show on the zoom

The Queen was happy to laugh when she was treated for a music show during a blocked video call.

Watching from HMS Bubble 2 in Windsor Castle, the youngsters performed a live performance of the 94-year-old monarch.

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The Queen gladly laughed when she was treated to a music show with ZoomCredit: PA: Press Association
The Queen participated in the video call and thanked the volunteers who won the Federal Light Spot Award for their outstanding achievements.

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The Queen participated in the video call and thanked the volunteers who won the Federal Light Spot Award for their outstanding achievements.

Children playing the Modus Cyprius 45-strong Systema Cyprus Symphony Orchestra calling for “Happy Anniversary Your Majesty”.

The Queen laughed happily and said, “That’s very good.”

And he added: “Thank you for letting me know. I’m very glad.”

Prince Edinburgh and the Queen celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary this month.

She made a video call to thank the winners of the Commonwealth Points of Light award from around the world.

‘Very interesting’

Music teacher Nicoletta Polydrow founded the Systema Cyprus Symphony Orchestra to provide free musical instruments and teach music to underprivileged children.

Ren Peters of Trinidad and Tobago won his award in February 2018 for saving the lives of more than 500 turtles in the last 30 years.

He told the Queen that he came from a family that was eating leatherback turtles when he was growing up.

Sir David Attenborough spent two weeks on a conservation project shooting Blue Planet 2 a few years ago.

Len tells Queen: “Here, a boy from a turtle-eating family wants to make a difference.”

The 94-year-old monarch said: It’s really interesting to hear that. “

The Queen spoke to charity founder Louis Santos (upper left), turtle rescuer Ren Peters (lower left), and the Systema Cyprus Symphony Orchestra (lower right).

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The Queen spoke to charity founder Louis Santos (upper left), turtle rescuer Ren Peters (lower left), and the Systema Cyprus Symphony Orchestra (lower right).Credit: PA: Press Association

Four months ago, award-winning Ruy Santos in Mozambique took the queen to a virtual tour of his charity, including a soup kitchen that feeds 6,000 people during a pandemic.

Then, he demonstrated how to make a banana fiber mask to be sent to Buckingham Palace.

The Queen said: “Oh, it’s really very kind to you.”

She tells all three winners: “Thank you for participating in this program.

“I’m glad to hear your story. I think it’s a great job for you to do and volunteer a lot. Thank you.”

The Commonwealth Point of Light Awards began in February 2018.

He has received 163 Federal Light Spot Awards from 53 of the 54 federal countries.

The Queen recognizes one volunteer from all over the Federation every week in recognition of their outstanding achievements.

The Queen thanked the winners for participating in the program

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The Queen thanked the winners for participating in the program
The Queen’s “Chosen Christmas Bubbles” includes amazing guests, but loopholes mean more Royals can participate on Boxing Day.

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The Queen gladly laughs as the kids treat her to a live music show on the zoom

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