Guns are fired during the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery Royal 41-gun salute to mark the start of Queen Elizabeth's Blue Sapphire Jubilee year at Green Park in central London, Britain, February 6, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Queen Elizabeth II, the world's longest-reigning monarch, set a new record Monday as the first British sovereign to reach their sapphire jubilee, marking 65 years on the throne.As usual on Accession Day, Queen Elizabeth was at her country estate in Norfolk, eastern England.Prime Minister Theresa May said the country would join in giving thanks for the queen's lifetime of service to Britain and the wider Commonwealth.Buckingham Palace also released a photo of Elizabeth taken by British photographer David Bailey in 2014 .Besides Britain, she has also been the monarch of Australia, Canada and New Zealand for 65 years.
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