她承諾將繼續 "在我的家人的幫助下，盡我所能 "為國家服務。
今天，在蘇格蘭服役的武裝部隊向女王表示忠誠時，我將贈送我的前任愛丁堡城堡總督（羅伯特-阿伯克龍比爵士）在200年前的1822年送給喬治四世的鑰匙#二百周年@皇家海軍@英國陸軍@皇家空軍@LyonCourt pic.twitter.com/K7KyAEPrSr - Alastair Bruce (@AlastairBruce_) June 28, 2022 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.在Twitter上查看原始推文
The 96-year-old monarch arrived in Scotland with members of her family on Monday for the start of a week of royal events north of the border.
It was her first appearance in public since the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, as she has been cutting back on engagements due to mobility issues.
She has pledged to continue to serve the country "to the best of my abilities with the help of my family".
Buckingham Palace said Tuesday's event was also an opportunity for the three armed forces - the Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force - to mark the Queen's Jubilee in Scotland.
A royal salute took place as the Queen arrived in the gardens, before the Lord Lyon, King of Arms, presented three senior representatives from the services to the Queen.
Today, during Act of Loyalty to The Queen by Armed Forces serving in Scotland, I will present key that my predecessor as Governor of Edinburgh Castle (Sir Robert Abercromby) presented to George IV in 1822, 200yrs ago #bicentenary @RoyalNavy @BritishArmy @RoyalAirForce @LyonCourt pic.twitter.com/K7KyAEPrSr — Alastair Bruce (@AlastairBruce_) June 28, 2022 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. View original tweet on Twitter
Three cadets from each of the services will then parade the key to Edinburgh Castle across the gardens before presenting it to Major General Alastair Bruce of Crionaich, the governor of the castle.
He will offer the key to the Queen, before she returns it to the governor's safekeeping "in gratitude for the symbolic act of loyalty of our armed forces".