With King Baudouin they lay wreath at 1944 liberation monument and unveil tribute to Churchill.
Unissued / unused material - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.
LS City Hall in Antwerp. MS Crowd watching. MS British soldiers stationed in Belgium perform Guard of Honour duty. MS Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, get out of car with King Baudouin of Belgium. MS World War II veterans dip flags in front of a tank which is a monument to the liberation of Antwerp by the British in 1944. MS Queen and Duke lay wreath at monument.
Various shots, the Royal party arrive outside City Hall and Mayor Craybecks presents some civic dignitaries. They then get back into the car and drive through crowd-lined streets with King Baudouin. MS Queen goes aboard King Baudouin's yacht, the 'Flandria XVI' at Antwerp. LS Royal yacht with the party on board go out to tour the dockyards to see the 'Baudouin Sas'. GV Dockyard. Various shots, the yacht draws up alongside the quay and from the deck, Queen Elizabeth unveils a monument to Sir Winston Churchill on the quayside. CU Monument.
Note: Date on original record: 12/05/1966.