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note to self don’t think about your otp curled up together in bed, legs and arms all tangled together between blankets to fight off the cold and listening to the sound of rain and each other’s breathing, faces buried in tangles of hair or against the other’s chest/neck and pressing little kisses against their cheek or their shoulder or their neck and mumbling about how lucky they are to have the other because you will get feelings and then cry

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The King’s Troop takes on historic role as The Queen’s Life Guard
Members of the public can now enjoy the spectacle of a different uniform and a different army regiment at Horse Guards on Whitehall.The historic state helmets and breastplates of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will be replaced for four weeks by the iconic full dress jacket and busby of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.The change is taking place while the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment takes a break from ceremonial duties for equine training in Norfolk.Major Mark Edward, Commanding Officer of The King’s Troop, said, “It’s a tremendous honour to undertake the role of The Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards, which was once the entrance for Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace.“We pride ourselves on our excellence at ceremonial duties, and I am sure residents of London and tourists will be delighted to see The King’s Troop back again.”Sentries have been posted in the same location since the Restoration in the 1600s, when the Palace of Westminster was the monarch’s main residence.These days, guards on horseback are on parade from 10am to 4pm, with soldiers on foot staying at the gates until 8pm, when they are locked.The ceremony takes place on Horse Guards Parade every day of the year, irrespective of weather, at 11am (10am on Sundays) and is free to watch.Photographer Sgt Steve Blake RLC; Crown copyright



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britisharmyofficial:

The King’s Troop takes on historic role as The Queen’s Life Guard
Members of the public can now enjoy the spectacle of a different uniform and a different army regiment at Horse Guards on Whitehall.The historic state helmets and breastplates of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will be replaced for four weeks by the iconic full dress jacket and busby of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.The change is taking place while the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment takes a break from ceremonial duties for equine training in Norfolk.Major Mark Edward, Commanding Officer of The King’s Troop, said, “It’s a tremendous honour to undertake the role of The Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards, which was once the entrance for Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace.“We pride ourselves on our excellence at ceremonial duties, and I am sure residents of London and tourists will be delighted to see The King’s Troop back again.”Sentries have been posted in the same location since the Restoration in the 1600s, when the Palace of Westminster was the monarch’s main residence.These days, guards on horseback are on parade from 10am to 4pm, with soldiers on foot staying at the gates until 8pm, when they are locked.The ceremony takes place on Horse Guards Parade every day of the year, irrespective of weather, at 11am (10am on Sundays) and is free to watch.Photographer Sgt Steve Blake RLC; Crown copyright



Reblogging for the grinning horse, and that someone thought “Yep, that’s how we want the Army to look on Tumblr.”
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britisharmyofficial:

The King’s Troop takes on historic role as The Queen’s Life Guard
Members of the public can now enjoy the spectacle of a different uniform and a different army regiment at Horse Guards on Whitehall.The historic state helmets and breastplates of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will be replaced for four weeks by the iconic full dress jacket and busby of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.The change is taking place while the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment takes a break from ceremonial duties for equine training in Norfolk.Major Mark Edward, Commanding Officer of The King’s Troop, said, “It’s a tremendous honour to undertake the role of The Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards, which was once the entrance for Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace.“We pride ourselves on our excellence at ceremonial duties, and I am sure residents of London and tourists will be delighted to see The King’s Troop back again.”Sentries have been posted in the same location since the Restoration in the 1600s, when the Palace of Westminster was the monarch’s main residence.These days, guards on horseback are on parade from 10am to 4pm, with soldiers on foot staying at the gates until 8pm, when they are locked.The ceremony takes place on Horse Guards Parade every day of the year, irrespective of weather, at 11am (10am on Sundays) and is free to watch.Photographer Sgt Steve Blake RLC; Crown copyright



Reblogging for the grinning horse, and that someone thought “Yep, that’s how we want the Army to look on Tumblr.”
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britisharmyofficial:

The King’s Troop takes on historic role as The Queen’s Life Guard
Members of the public can now enjoy the spectacle of a different uniform and a different army regiment at Horse Guards on Whitehall.The historic state helmets and breastplates of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will be replaced for four weeks by the iconic full dress jacket and busby of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.The change is taking place while the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment takes a break from ceremonial duties for equine training in Norfolk.Major Mark Edward, Commanding Officer of The King’s Troop, said, “It’s a tremendous honour to undertake the role of The Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards, which was once the entrance for Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace.“We pride ourselves on our excellence at ceremonial duties, and I am sure residents of London and tourists will be delighted to see The King’s Troop back again.”Sentries have been posted in the same location since the Restoration in the 1600s, when the Palace of Westminster was the monarch’s main residence.These days, guards on horseback are on parade from 10am to 4pm, with soldiers on foot staying at the gates until 8pm, when they are locked.The ceremony takes place on Horse Guards Parade every day of the year, irrespective of weather, at 11am (10am on Sundays) and is free to watch.Photographer Sgt Steve Blake RLC; Crown copyright



Reblogging for the grinning horse, and that someone thought “Yep, that’s how we want the Army to look on Tumblr.”
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britisharmyofficial:

The King’s Troop takes on historic role as The Queen’s Life Guard
Members of the public can now enjoy the spectacle of a different uniform and a different army regiment at Horse Guards on Whitehall.The historic state helmets and breastplates of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will be replaced for four weeks by the iconic full dress jacket and busby of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.The change is taking place while the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment takes a break from ceremonial duties for equine training in Norfolk.Major Mark Edward, Commanding Officer of The King’s Troop, said, “It’s a tremendous honour to undertake the role of The Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards, which was once the entrance for Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace.“We pride ourselves on our excellence at ceremonial duties, and I am sure residents of London and tourists will be delighted to see The King’s Troop back again.”Sentries have been posted in the same location since the Restoration in the 1600s, when the Palace of Westminster was the monarch’s main residence.These days, guards on horseback are on parade from 10am to 4pm, with soldiers on foot staying at the gates until 8pm, when they are locked.The ceremony takes place on Horse Guards Parade every day of the year, irrespective of weather, at 11am (10am on Sundays) and is free to watch.Photographer Sgt Steve Blake RLC; Crown copyright



Reblogging for the grinning horse, and that someone thought “Yep, that’s how we want the Army to look on Tumblr.”
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britisharmyofficial:

The King’s Troop takes on historic role as The Queen’s Life Guard

Members of the public can now enjoy the spectacle of a different uniform and a different army regiment at Horse Guards on Whitehall.

The historic state helmets and breastplates of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will be replaced for four weeks by the iconic full dress jacket and busby of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.

The change is taking place while the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment takes a break from ceremonial duties for equine training in Norfolk.

Major Mark Edward, Commanding Officer of The King’s Troop, said, “It’s a tremendous honour to undertake the role of The Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards, which was once the entrance for Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace.

“We pride ourselves on our excellence at ceremonial duties, and I am sure residents of London and tourists will be delighted to see The King’s Troop back again.”

Sentries have been posted in the same location since the Restoration in the 1600s, when the Palace of Westminster was the monarch’s main residence.

These days, guards on horseback are on parade from 10am to 4pm, with soldiers on foot staying at the gates until 8pm, when they are locked.

The ceremony takes place on Horse Guards Parade every day of the year, irrespective of weather, at 11am (10am on Sundays) and is free to watch.

Photographer Sgt Steve Blake RLC; Crown copyright

Reblogging for the grinning horse, and that someone thought “Yep, that’s how we want the Army to look on Tumblr.”

Now that I’ve finished writing up our holiday: an announcement!

My husband and I are embarking on a joint project, and we’ve created a new OC. It’s a work in progress, and won’t be published until very early in 2015.

It’s also the reason that I didn’t visit the Wye Valley Brewery, in case you were wondering.

So far, so good. Images are from our first scan. I think I’m mostly over the vomiting; although I continue to feel exhausted, which I hope gets better. It’s also really hot here at the moment, which means I’m not sleeping as well as usual.

Still can’t quite get my head around the fact that there’s this thing wiggling about inside!

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