Queen back to work - and completes 68th year on throne

The Queen acceded to the throne 68 years ago today, aged just 25, after the death of her father, King George VI.
This week she returned to work with the opening of a pumping station and a visit to an RAF base.
William and Kate have had a busy week from the Bafta red carpet to Wales and table football, while Prince Charles has been introduced to TK Maxx, and faced more scrutiny of his travel, while the Sussexes remain in Canada.
Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers), who joined the Cambridges on their visit to Wales, joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) to discuss the week's events. And lifestyle editor Zoe Forsey (@zoeforsey) looks back on how this day unfolded for the Queen 68 years ago, as she found out her father had died and the next phase of her own life was beginning.
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