Britain’s Queen Elizabeth attends annual Braemar Gathering in Scotland
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth attended the annual Braemar Gathering in Scotland on Saturday (September 2) accompanied by Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence.
The Highland Games are a display of traditional aspects of Scottish culture, including dancing, bagpipes with a history that dates back hundreds of years.
The royals watched traditional competitions such as tossing the caber, while crowds watched from the stands.
The British royal is the patron of the event, which is held close to the Queen’s summer home on the Bamoral estate in Aberdeenshire, where she usually spends the months of August and September.