The Queen and Prince Philip today visited a caravan manufacturer in Bristol as part of a tour of the city in her last Diamond Jubilee visit.
The monarch and her husband arrived at Bristol Temple Meads in the royal train before being driven to the Bailey caravan factory in Ashton Vale.
According to the Daily Mail, she said: "It's a real home-from-home. Very nice."
Very polite considering she's used to the golden state coach, private jets, and the former royal yacht Britannia for holiday transportation.
According to the BBC, the company prides itself on making palaces on wheels, but never expected a visit from the Queen.
The Queen, dressed in a striking fuschia Stewart Parvin coat, then took a trip to see a panto in the city - but went in a Bentley for that journey...
Although they might be miles apart, the royal couple and the caravan park do have something in common - they're both celebrating their 65th anniversary this week.
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