August caption competition

EducationHQ News Team
By EducationHQ News Team
Published July 10, 2019

Queen Elizabeth ll and President Donald Trump attend a Ceremonial Welcome at Buckingham Palace on the first day of the US President’s State Visit to Great Britain – what could either of the duo be thinking? Email a witty caption to news@educationhq.com by 5pm AEST, July 15 and you could score an Expo Whiteboard Marker prize pack.

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