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FILE In this June 29, 1959 photo, a member of the Royal Regiment of Canada towers over Queen Elizabeth II during review of guard of honor in Toronto. Decades have passed since Canadians replaced "God Save the Queen" with "O Canada," but royalty-lovers are in for a thrill Thursday, June 30, 2011, when Prince William and his bride come visiting. Those who leaf through the country's updated citizenship guide will find the oath of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II is now at the front. The pamphlet is a reflection of something deeper , Prime Minister Stephen Harper's ambition to foster a conservative national identity in which the royal connection plays a key role. (AP Photo)

FILE In this June 29, 1959 photo, a member of the Royal Regiment of Canada towers over Queen Elizabeth II during review of guard of honor in Toronto. Decades have passed since Canadians replaced "God Save the Queen" with "O Canada," but royalty-lovers are in for a thrill Thursday, June 30, 2011, when Prince William and his bride come visiting. Those who leaf through the country's updated citizenship guide will find the oath of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II is now at the front. The pamphlet is a reflection of something deeper , Prime Minister Stephen Harper's ambition to foster a conservative national identity in which the royal connection plays a key role. (AP Photo)

Queen Elizabeth II

A fanfare of trumpets and cheering crowds greeted the Queen on the 60th

anniversary of her coronation on June 4, with a service in Westminster Abbey featuring a priceless crown that has adorned the heads of British monarchs for 350 years. (Reuters)