UK's new aircraft carrier officially named HMS Queen Elizabeth
The largest warship in the Royal Navy’s history was officially named HMS Queen Elizabeth today in a champagne ceremony led by the monarch she was named after.
"Wherever the ship may serve, whatever tasks they may ask of her, let all those who serve in her know that on this day she was blessed," said Her Majesty. "I name this ship Queen Elizabeth. May God bless her and all who sail in her."
The aircraft carrier – one of two being built for the Navy at a cost of over £6 billion...
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