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Photos: The Queen of England just made her first #Instagram post

The Queen composed her first ever Instagram post this morning to share an image of a letter sent to her great-great grandfather, Prince Albert, by computing pioneer Charles Babbage.
Using an iPad, she shared an image on the official royal family account of a letter from 19th century inventor and mathematician Charles Babbage to Prince Albert
She was met by dozens of cheering children who enthusiastically waved Union Jack flags as she arrived at the Science Museum in London's South Kensington today. The monarch visited the museum to unveil its summer exhibition, 'Top Secret' and formally open the new Smith Centre. To mark the occasion, she wrote her first ever post on Instagram for the official Royal Family's social media page, and signed it off 'Elizabeth R'.
The Queen wrote her first ever Instagram caption (pictured) to mark the visit to the museum
The royal wore a distinctly spring-like tangerine orange coat and hat over a green flowered dress. She accessorised with black gloves, her trademark low black heels and a black handbag
The Queen also sported a large brooch, a pearl necklace and pearl earrings. Her makeup was kept light and natural, with a rose-coloured lipstick setting the look off
The Queen posted her first ever Tweet during a previous visit to the Science Museum 
The monarch visited the museum to unveil its currently under wraps summer exhibition, 'Top Secret' and formally open the new Smith Centre
The Queen leaves the Science Museum after announcing its latest exhibition 


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