King Faisal Arrives to a Royal Welcome by Queen Elizabeth II (1967) | British Pathé
Watch this remarkable footage of King Faisal of Saudi Arabia on a state visit to Britain. He is welcomed by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who escort him to Buckingham Palace.
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Cataloguer's note: this appears to be an exact copy of story with same title in 67/38 on *PM2027*.
No title - Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia arrives in Britain.
L/S Guards and band playing and marching as they arrive at Tate Gallery. M/S officers on horseback. L/S Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, arriving. M/S as they get out of car. M/S as Guard of Honour, 1st battalion Coldstream Guards, present Arms. M/S Prince Philip saluting. L/S as King Faisal's car arrives at Tate Gallery. M/S as he gets out and shakes hands with Queen and Duke. M/S of his entourage arriving. L/S Prime Minister Harold Wilson. M/S as King Faisal shakes hands with the Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Marina, Dowager Duchess of Kent, and Katherine Worsley, Duchess of Kent. M/S of Princess Margaret standing by.
M/S King Faisal's entourage. M/S as the Queen and Duke get in carriage with King Faisal. L/S carriage. M/S as they set off and King waves. L/S Big Ben. M/S Union Jack flags hanging from windows. Various shots as the coach drives through streets, and passes under Admiralty Arch. M/S entourage in carriage. M/S coach driving along towards Buckingham Palace. M/S people on statue. M/S coach entering gates of palace. M/S Queen getting out. C/U Queen and King Faisal together.
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