The Queen's Foot Guards The Queen's Guard are responsible for guarding Buckingham Palace and St. James's Palace in London. They usually consist of Foot

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<p>Le guardie della Regina</p> <p>The Queen's Foot GuardsThe Queen's Guard are responsible for guarding Buckingham Palace </p> <p>and St. James's Palace in London. They usually consist of Foot </p> <p>Guards (guards on foot) wearing full-dress uniform of red </p> <p>tunics and </p> <p>Chiara e Rita IG</p> <p>The Queen's Foot GuardsFive regiments of the British Army form the Queen's Foot GuardsThey are: The Grenadier Guards The Coldstream Guards The Scots Guards The Irish Guards The Welsh Guards </p> <p>Buckingham Palace</p> <p>When The Queen is in residence, there are four Foot Guards at the front of the building; when she is away there are two.The Queen's Guard changes in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace at 11.30 am, and lasts about 45 minutes. From May to July Changing the Guard takes place daily at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. Buckingham Palace is close to St James's Park and The Green Park. </p> <p>The Foot Guard UniformAll the Officers and Guardsmen wear the black bearskin cap the scarlet tunic has a dark blue collar, shoulder strips pipped in white, and cuffs of dark blue and white the dark blue trousers have a red stripe down the seam of each leg a white leather belt </p>