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It's HMS ME! Her Majesty is tickled pink by cheeky cake decoration as she welcomes £3.1bn HMS Qu

The Queen was today presented with a cheeky cake of her and a sailor holding up an 'HMS Me' sign after she officially welcomed the UK's new £3.1billion HMS Queen Elizabeth into the Royal Navy.

Her Majesty, 91, was seen giggling with Princess Anne when the pair attended the special commission ceremony of the 65,000-tonne vessel, known as Big Lizzie.

At 280 metres long and with an estimated half a century working life, the huge behemoth aircraft carrier is the most powerful warship ever built by the UK. Full Story

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