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Sunday, 24 February, 2002, 16:39 GMT
Picture Gallery: Queen tours New Zealand
Crowds have given the Queen a warm welcome during her tour of New Zealand, as this selection of pictures testifies.

A large crowd gathered outside Wellington Cathedral
Cheerful crowds greeted the Queen after a consecration service at Wellington Cathedral

Queen inspects New Zealand military guard of honour
One of her first duties was a troop inspection at Wellington airport

Children greeted the Queen after she attended a service at which she unveiled a consecration stone
Floral tributes were accepted outside the Wellington Cathedral service

Scene from Wellington Cathedral consercration service
The Queen seemed momentarily lost in prayer

Queen Elizabeth II with Reverend Michael Brown, the Dean of Wellington
Emerging from Wellington Cathedral with the Queen is Reverend Michael Brown, the city's dean

The Queen walks with Reverend Geoff Hickman, Vicar of St Andrew's, after church in Taupo
The Queen also attended a church service at St Andrew's Anglican church in Taupo

The Queen and Prince Philip meet Moari transsexual MP for Wairarapa Georgina Beyer
Maori transsexual MP Georgina Bayer was among a party that greeted the Queen in Wellington
See also:

24 Feb 02 | Asia-Pacific
Queen begins NZ duties
23 Feb 02 | South Asia
NZ premier denies royal snub
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