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Toddler has full-blown tantrum in front of Queen Elizabeth

OHMYGOSSIP — A toddler had a full-blown tantrum in front of Queen Elizabeth.
The youngster was introduced to the 90-year-old monarch on Thursday (09.03.17) at the unveiling of a new memorial in memory of the fallen soldiers of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and the little boy called Alfie Lunn just couldn’t control himself when Her Majesty arrived, but she took it in her stride and laughed it off.
However, his mother Corporal Michelle Lunn didn’t tell him off too hard.
According to the Metro newspaper, she said: “They’re so unpredictable children, we tried our best. He was fine up until a few minutes before the Queen arrived.”
Alfie’s father Sergeant Mark, 29, was awarded the Military Cross for his bravery in war-torn Basra, and he and his 26-year-old wife were honoured to meet the queen, who they handed a bouquet of flowers as she spoke with them at event held at Victoria Embankment Gardens in London.
Prince William and Duchess Catherine joined Elizabeth at the service.
The couple were joined in the stands by the 35-year-old beauty’s parents Carole Michael Middleton.
Lord Stirrup, the chairman of the memorial project’s board of trustees, said the new shrine was “important” that the fallen heroes were “commemorated” in this way.
He said: “Literally hundreds of thousands of British military personnel and UK civilian citizens served this country in all sorts of various ways in support of those campaigns and we felt that it was extremely important that the way they had conducted themselves, carried out their duties and the service they had given to the nation was honoured and commemorated.
“So the memorial is exactly that, it’s to commemorate duty and service, it’s not about the campaigns themselves per se, it’s about those principles which are important in any civilised society and have always been an integral part of who and what we regard ourselves to be as a nation. We wanted to acknowledge the contribution of the many who had served.”

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