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Published 17 August 2016
No hundredth birthday greeting will give greater pleasure to deliver than the one I give to you, along with these New Colours today.A speech by The Queen to the Welsh Guards
You are worthy successors to those soldiers of General Monck’s Regiment of Foot, who, in 1660, marched from Coldstream to restore law and order in the Capital.A speech by The Queen to the Coldstream Guards, 2012
The presentation of Colours is a special opportunity to recognise the past achievements, to give thanks for commitment and loyalty today, and to express confidence in the future.A speech by The Queen at the Presentation of Colours, Royal Military College of Australia
A fresh chapter has now opened with this presentation of new Colours to six of the seven battalions of The Royal Regiment of Scotland.A speech by The Queen to the Royal Regiment of Scotland, 2011
The Colours, that I am presenting to you this morning, represent the spirit of the Regiment, past and present.A speech by The Queen to 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards, 2010
Your service to the Crown continues in a distinctive way and reinforces the very best values of those who came before you.A speech by The Queen on the 500th anniversary of Gentlemen at Arms