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Pictured: George Mearing A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: George Mearing with the reply letter he received A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: George Mearing A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: George Mearing A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: George Mearing with a Queen's Guard A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: George Mearing with the letter he received back A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The letter George Mearing received back A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: George Mearing's letter that he sent A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The letter George Mearing received back A six-year-old boy who loves to dress up as a Queen's Guard was overjoyed when he received a reply from Buckingham Palace after writing a letter to the Queen. George Mearing sent a letter to 'Your Majesty the Queen' saying how much he liked dressing up as a soldier and wanted to be part of the Royal Guard when he grew up . With his letter, he and mum Helen Mearing, 34, also included photos of him in the traditional red and black uniform. Young George first became interested in the Royal family when he saw the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on television at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations last year. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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