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Prince Philip Drove the Obamas and the Queen Around Like It’s No Big Deal

REX/Shutterstock Prince Philip, President Obama, Michelle Obama and Queen Elizabeth II arrive at the Sovereign's Entrance in the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle during the state visit, April 22, 2016.

In the royal Range Rover

Prince Philip drove Queen Elizabeth II and Barack and Michelle Obama to lunch at Windsor Castle Friday morning. The photo shows the VIPs arriving at the Sovereign’s Entrance in the quadrangle of the royal residence after Marine One landed on its golf course.

The visit from the American president and First Lady comes one day after the longest-reigning British Monarch’s 90th birthday, so they gave her a present: “a custom photo album chronicling her visits with U.S. Presidents and First Ladies” that “highlights the enduring close ‎friendship between the United States and the United Kingdom,” according to the White House.


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