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Queen compliments young patients on their handmade crowns during hospital visit

“They’re very good crowns!” Delighted Queen compliments young patients on their art therapy projects during a visit to a London hospital

  • The Queen complimented young hospital patients on their handmade crowns
  • Monarch, 93, spoke to the children during a hospital visit in London yesterday
  • Sweet video of the moment was shared on the Royal Family Instagram account

The Queen complimented a group of children on their adorable royal art projects during a visit to a London hospital yesterday.

A video shared by the Royal Family account shows the Queen count the young patients that their homemade crowns are ‘very good’.

The monarch, 93, who has eight great-grandchildren, stopped to speak to the youngsters while touring the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital.

A video shared to the Royal Family Instagram account, pictured, shows the Queen count the young patients that their crowns are 'very good' during a visit to a London hospital yesterday

A video shared to the Royal Family Instagram account, pictured, shows the Queen count the young patients that their crowns are ‘very good’ during a visit to a London hospital yesterday

The young patients appeared shy but the Queen’s gentle nature put them at ease.

The children had their gold and silver crowns, decorated with colorful stickers, during an art therapy session.

The Queen, resplendent in a vibrant purple ensemble, was open to the hospital’s new premises formally.

The major new medical facility will house two specialist hospitals under one roof, which will treat conditions related to the head and neck.

The monarch, 93, who has eight great-grandchildren, stopped to speak to the youngsters while touring the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital. Pictured, on the visit

The monarch, 93, who has eight great-grandchildren, stopped to speak to the youngsters while touring the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital. Pictured, on the visit

The monarch, 93, who has eight great-grandchildren, stopped to speak to the youngsters while touring the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital. Pictured, on the visit

The Royal Family Instagram account shared highlights from the Queen's visit, showing how she stopped to speak to one young patient

The Royal Family Instagram account shared highlights from the Queen's visit, showing how she stopped to speak to one young patient

The Queen unveiling a plaque to open the hospital

The Queen unveiling a plaque to open the hospital

The Royal Family Instagram account shared highlights from the Queen’s visit, showing how she stopped to speak to one young patient (left) and unveiled a plaque (right)

Part of the UCLH (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust), the units will treat complex conditions related to the ears, nose, throat and dental conditions.

During her visit the Queen with staff and patients at the hospital, and visited children taking part in creative play sessions on the pediatric floor.

The outing was the Queen’s first after it was announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would not be able to use the word ‘royal’ in their branding after they formally step down from their senior positions within the family on April 1.

During her visit the Queen with staff and patients, and visited children taking part in creative play sessions on the pediatric floor. Pictured, approaching the children with crowns

During her visit the Queen with staff and patients, and visited children taking part in creative play sessions on the pediatric floor. Pictured, approaching the children with crowns

During her visit the Queen with staff and patients, and visited children taking part in creative play sessions on the pediatric floor. Pictured, approaching the children with crowns

The Queen with Ilia Aristovich, 10, who had fitted braces at the hospital yesterday

The Queen with Ilia Aristovich, 10, who had fitted braces at the hospital yesterday

The Queen with Ilia Aristovich, 10, who had fitted braces at the hospital yesterday

The Queen spoke to staff about learn more about their work during the visit to the London hospital

The Queen spoke to staff about learn more about their work during the visit to the London hospital

The Queen spoke to staff about learn more about their work during the visit to the London hospital

It has now been reported that the couple have accepted that, as part of their new working arrangements, they will not be able to use the Sussex Royal name as they had hoped.

The Mail understands that, amid what has been described as a ‘complex’ situation, the ‘fine detail’ is still being thrashed out.

Yesterday it was revealed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return from Canada at the end of the month for a series of engagements.

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