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Queen Elizabeth begins second day of state visit

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will visit the Guinness Storehouse, the Irish War Memorial Garden at Islandbridge, Croke Park, and attend a banquet in Dublin Castle later today – where she will be joined by David Cameron.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is greeted by Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore upon arrival at Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnel, ahead of a four day state visit.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is greeted by Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore upon arrival at Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnel, ahead of a four day state visit.
Image: Bryan O'Brien/PA Wire/Press Association Images

BRITAIN’S QUEEN ELIZABETH will visit the Guinness Storehouse, the war memorial at Islandbridge and Croke Park today – and is due to make her only public speech at Dublin Castle later this afternoon.

In her speech, during which she will be joinded by the British Prime Minister David Cameron at a state dinner, the Queen is likely to acknowledge past difficulties but unlikely to apologise.

The day will start with a ‘windows tour’ of the Guinness Storehouse, before holding a private meeting with the Taoiseach at Government Building and meeting the Cabinet.

Later in the day she is to lay a wreath at the Irish War Memorial Garden at Islandbridge. She will then travel to Croke Park, where she will be greeted by the Artane band and meet with some players during her tour of the grounds.

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