The Queen visits the Chelsea Flower Show

The Queen previewed the annual Chelsea Flower Show on Monday, visiting the various floral displays including a tribute dedicated to the fallen of the First World War.

Queen Elizabeth flower show

The Queen looked to be enjoying herself at the annual Chelsea Flower Show on Monday as she was guided through the various floral displays including a tribute dedicated to the fallen of the First World War.

Her Majesty walked through the replica trench created by gardeners for Birmingham City Council, which was complete with sandbags and tiny metal rats.

Accompanied by her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice, the Queen looked lovely in a lilac jacket and matching lilac and green dress at the preview day.

Jerry Hall, Twiggy and Lily Cole also dropped by the exhibition before it opens to the public.

A new variety of daffodil, which has been named ''Georgie Boy'' after Prince George, is also on display at the 101st Chelsea Flower Show.

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