AN Edinburgh tourist attraction is offering free entry to couples who have their wedding anniversary on the same day as The Queen and Prince Philip.
The Royal Yacht Britannia, permanently docked in Leith, will give complimentary access to those celebrating on Monday November 20.
The Royals are marking their 70th anniversary this year, their platinum wedding.
The yacht played a big part in their marriage, and proved to be the perfect royal residence for glittering state occasions, official receptions and honeymoons.
The floating palace was also enjoyed by the Royal couple for family holidays sailing around the Western Isles in Scotland, making many happy memories on board.
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Visitors to the iconic ship during November can treat themselves to a special 70th Anniversary Champagne Cocktail, garnished with edible platinum, served in The Royal Deck Tea Room.
Special commemorative items are available in Britannia’s Gift Shop including a limited-edition Steiff teddy bear and a beautiful deep purple Dunoon mug embellished with 22 carat gold.
The Royal Yacht Britannia is also searching to find one very special couple, who are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary this year, to be given the ultimate royal experience including a private tour and Champagne cream tea on board.
To gain free entry on November 20, a wedding certificate/proof will be required.
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