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Travel All aboard! Take a look inside the Queen's Royal Train

16:36  14 june  2018
16:36  14 june  2018 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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Prince Charles' study boasts some rather loud looking furniture. Pictures from inside the train Prince Charles' study is packed full of all the stationary that he needs when aboard the train The Queen at work aboard the Royal Train [PA]

Travel aboard the Royal Train is now only available to Her Majesty, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Deciding she enjoyed the train , Queen Victoria later had the carriages become the Royal Train . Rail Gourmet’ s run by Roger Williams for the past 21 years takes care of the trains dining needs.

The Queen and Duchess Meghan will have their first royal engagement/sleepover together when they ride the Royal Train. Take a look at the pictures of its new modern style plus what it looked like back in Queen Victoria's day.: All aboard! Take a look inside the Queen's Royal Train© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd All aboard! Take a look inside the Queen's Royal Train It hasn't even been a month since her show-stopping wedding, but the Duchess of Sussex is in for a big week.

She and her grandmother-in-law, also known as Queen Elizabeth, are opening the Mersey Gateway Bridge in Cheshire, opening the Storyhouse Theater in Chester, and attending a lunch at the Chester Town Hall on June 14. It's a fairly big deal seeing as this is her first royal engagement without Harry by her side, but we're sure she'll ace it!

a red and black train engine: All aboard the Lizzie Express!© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd All aboard the Lizzie Express! The two will also board the 150 year-old Royal Train for an overnight trip, something the Queen frequently does on her long-distance trip but Meghan may not be so used to. And as the Royal Train is the only private, non-commercial train service catering to one family still operating in the UK, it's quite a prestigious invite.
a dining room table: The Duke of Edinburgh's carriage© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd The Duke of Edinburgh's carriage The Royal Train was made back in 1842 for Queen Victoria, the first monarch to travel by train. Since then, all of Britain's kings and queens have ridden on the train and only a select few senior members, including Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

In fact it's so exclusive, Prince William's only used the train once for his birthday tour in 2003 and Prince Harry and Duchess Catherine have never been on.

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Old portrait of an aging Queen Elizabeth I gets a second look . Travel aboard the Royal Train is now only available to Her Majesty, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

It’ s one of the cutest Royal photo opportunities of the year—when the Queen gets on a train to In his novel Mrs Queen Takes The Train , the writer William Kuhn imagined the Queen slipping incognito aboard According to a report in The Express, she spent much of the journey looking at a mini-iPad

a dining room table: This dining room looks better than the one in most people's houses!© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd This dining room looks better than the one in most people's houses!

While it was used a lot for the Queen's silver jubilee celebrations and used to be quite a glamorous ride for the British Royal Family in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, these days the decor is a lot more simple and modern. In fact, there was much criticism in 2016 as taxpayers were forking up £900,000 to keep the train going.

Times have certainly changed since Queen Victoria's day!

a bedroom with a bed and desk in a room: Even the staff accomodation looks pretty nice© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Even the staff accomodation looks pretty nice The last time we saw the Queen and Meghan together was at the Trooping the Colour celebrations. And while it seems like Her Majesty has a bit of a soft spot for the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan did look a little nervous, as anyone would be.

Hopefully their sleepover will bring them even closer together. And fingers crossed no one snores!

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