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The Queen, seemingly unperturbed to be standing in front of a bunch of bloomers, gets photobombed by a young subject. Odd that… I can’t imagine something similar in the U.S.
via: Charlotte Observer
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Bag’s Take-Away:The sometimes volatile (visual) art of presidential travel. In this case, wind gust at Buckingham Palace can quickly cue thoughts of vicious tornados (as driven home by photo caption).
(photo: LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images caption: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (L), US President Barack Obama (2nd L), US First Lady Michelle Obama (3rd R) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh (2nd R) watch a Guard of Honour at Buckingham Palace, in central London, on May 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama Tuesday basked in the lavish royal pageantry of a state visit to Britain, given an extra dash of glamour by a brief encounter with Prince William and his bride Catherine. But the 24-hour demands that follow a US president everywhere shadowed the London pomp, as Obama took time out to say he was “heartbroken” at the toll of vicious tornados which ripped across the US midwest, killing 116 people.