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PUBLISHED: 16:14 14 November 2015 | UPDATED: 16:14 14 November 2015

Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Col Peter Bishop admire the statue. PIC CREDIT: Robert Berry

Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Col Peter Bishop admire the statue. PIC CREDIT: Robert Berry

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Queen Margrethe II of Denmark unveiled a bronze statue to commemorate The Regimental Association of the Queen's Own Buffs in Canterbury.

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark who is Colonel in Chief of the Princess of Wales’ Royal Regiment, the descendant regiment of The Buffs, has unveiled a bronze statue to commemorate The Regimental Association of the Queen’s Own Buffs in Canterbury. The 50 inch statue stands in the precincts of Canterbury Cathedral and is based on the portrait of A Man of Kent, by Lady Butler. The piece was created by Gillingham-based sculptor Peter Birkett. w

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