04:48AM, Thursday 16 February 2012
Young visitors to Windsor Castle this week have a unique opportunity to 'become one' with the Queen.
Children aged four to 16 who visit between 11am and 3pm until this Saturday will be invited to draw a self-portrait.
Their drawing will then be combined with those of other children who have taken part to make up a montage portrait of the Queen. It will be projected onto the frontage of Buckingham Palace this spring to celebrate the diamond jubilee.
The image will also be projected onto big screens across the country.
Children will be able to do their self-portraits in the Moat Room of the castle after the standard admission charge has been paid.
Visit www.royalcollection.org.uk for details.
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