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Last Updated: Tuesday, 10 June, 2003, 16:32 GMT 17:32 UK
In pictures: Royals tour UK attractions
The Queen, Lego president Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen and the Duke of Edinburgh looking at Lego models of Danish housing
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Ten members of the Royal Family toured UK visitor attractions to show support for the tourism industry
The Queen looking at a miniature model of Buckingham Palace
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The Queen was amused by a miniature Buckingham Palace. Her husband noted that the miniature milk cart was at the wrong door
Prince of Wales is greeted by members of public as he walk along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh
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Prince Charles donned a kilt and headed to Edinburgh, where he chatted to visitors and locals
Prince of Wales at The Real Mary Kings Close
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He examined The Real Mary Kings Close, which recreates the medieval days of the Scottish capital
Earl of Wessex leaves the Felin Fach Griffin at Felin Fach near Brecon, after eating lunch at the pub
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Charles's younger brother Edward, meanwhile, headed to Brecon in south Wales. Lunch was at the Felin Fach Griffin pub
The Earl of Wessex chatting to children in hard hats
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The Earl of Wessex chatted to children at an activity centre, before watching them climb and abseil
The Countess of Wessex meets children from St Christopher's school, Staverton during her visit to Pennywell Farm
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Edward's expectant wife Sophie was in the south-west, where she met children and petted sheep at Pennywell Farm in Devon
The Princess Royal inside a submarine
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Princess Anne ventured inside a submarine at Gosport's Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Hampshire
Prince Andrew cutting a ribbon at the Everest Exhibition at the Reghed Visitors' Centre
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The Duke of York opened an Everest display in Cumbria. "Are these blunt scissors?" he joked, before snipping the ribbon
The Prince of Wales speaking at a Tourism Reception at The Queens Gallery in the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh
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At the end of the day, Charles congratulated Scottish tourism workers for "bouncing back" after setbacks like foot-and-mouth


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