Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was at Lord’s at the second day of the second Test of the Ashes. Don’t believe? See for yourself!
Shall we say – She simply could not resist the action after England put up a strong performance on day two and she was at hand to see James Anderson make himself useful with both, bat and ball, on the morning of the second day’s play.
Queen Elizabeth II seen with Prince Phillip in the company of England captain, Andrew Strauss, and Alastair Cook, who did bat exceptionally well on day one.
Queen Elizabeth shakes hands with Australian captain, Ricky Ponting, no doubt wishing him a speedy recovery (after the England jolt) as MCC President and former England spinner, Derek Underwood, looks on.
Ashes T 2 Day 2 Lunch and Tea: Rain Halts After Team Trade Wickets
Ashes T 2 Day 1 Stumps: Aus Pick Wickets, Strauss Extends Himself
Ashes T 2 Day 1 Lunch & Tea: Strauss & England on Top, Australia Wayward
Ashes at Lord’s: Warne Resumes his Battle with Bopara
Flintoff Makes Retirement Announcement, Tests Out
Atherton: England Should not Grieve over Andrew “Second Hand Car” Flintoff
Ponting Cries Foul; Umpire Disagrees; Duncan Slams
Boycott Digs into KP, Calls him “Spoilt Child”
Flintoff, Monty in Trouble, Harmison and Onions vie for Spot, Aussies Unsympathetic
Ashes T1 day 5: England Complete a Houdini, Draw with Australia
Mitchell’s Mother Moans CA’s Disregard for Parents
Michael Vaughan Set to Retire?
Fletcher, Trescothick Come out in Praise of Vaughan
Vaughan Holds Press Conference, Confirms Retirement