Elizabeth II delivered the 65th Queen's Speech of her reign to UK parliament on Monday.
Sitting on the Sovereign's Throne, she outlined the government's agenda for the coming parliamentary session with 26 bills on health, education, technology, transport, crime, defense and also Brexit.
The 96-year-old said the priority of the British government is to leave the EU on October 31st.
The Queen's speech, which can be traced back to the 16th century, and this one lasted just under ten minutes.
Members of Parliament will then vote after five-day long debate referred to as the "Humble Address."