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Beefeater Distillery Tour | Dinner Diary

Beefeater Distillery Tour | Dinner Diary

Tauranga resident, Patrick Nolan, pictured in the process of changing into the state dress of the Yeoman of the Guard or Beefeaters. Photo / Alan Gibson

Tauranga resident, Patrick Nolan, pictured in the process of changing into the state dress of the Yeoman of the Guard or Beefeaters. Photo / Alan Gibson

The Govenor of the Tower of London, Dick Harrold and Yeoman Warders salute the Queen as the barge passes the Tower of Ldn

The Govenor of the Tower of London, Dick Harrold and Yeoman Warders salute the Queen as the barge passes the Tower of Ldn

Tauranga resident, Patrick Nolan, pictured after changing into the state dress of the Yeoman of the Guard, or Beefeaters. Photo / Alan Gibson

Tauranga resident, Patrick Nolan, pictured after changing into the state dress of the Yeoman of the Guard, or Beefeaters. Photo / Alan Gibson

Beefeaters coat made for Queens Coronation 1953 England Elizabeth II vintage

Beefeaters coat made for Queens Coronation 1953 England Elizabeth II vintage

carrying royal robe

The Queen leads a service of thanks for the Order of the British Empire

The Queen walks with David Wooton, the Lord Mayor of London, after arriving at Mansion House

Home in style, with Camilla at her side: Queen returns to Buckingham Palace in surrounded by household cavalry, tens of thousands of well-wishers and the woman who had to be hidden at her last jubilee

The Queen walks with David Wooton, the Lord Mayor of London, after arriving at Mansion House

Lieutenant, later Captain Rt. Hon. Frederick Edward Guest (1875-1937).

Lieutenant, later Captain Rt. Hon. Frederick Edward Guest (1875-1937).

Real/Royal Tennis.  Henry VIII's actual tennis court at Hampton Court.

Real/Royal Tennis. Henry VIII's actual tennis court at Hampton Court.

The state dress of the Yeoman of the Guard or as they are popularly known, Beefeaters. Photo / Alan Gibson

The state dress of the Yeoman of the Guard or as they are popularly known, Beefeaters. Photo / Alan Gibson

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