The Queen, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall headed to luxury London store Fortnum and Mason yesterday, but it wasn’t for a girl’s shopping trip. The trio were taking part in their first official joint visit. Crowds gathered to catch a glimpse of the three Royals who arrived in a cavalcade headed by the police. The Queen dressed in a powder blue suit greeted the Mayor of London with a quick handshake before heading inside, while Kate as ever graciously stopped for a bit of a chat. The three ladies were taken on a tour of the store’s incredible food hall before they were each presented with a Fortnum and Mason hamper. The hampers contained goodies including champagne truffles and..er…dog biscuits, we’re sure the corgis will love those. Kate the Duchess of Cambridge apparently told staff “I love chocolate, I think most girls do” See, even with a posh title, she’s still one of us! The Queen spoke to some of the store's workers including Joan Goff, 86, who as a teenager worked at the store during World War II. She said she had seen the Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, during that time. "She didn't come very often but I did see her in the shop once or twice," said Mrs. Goff. "Today I told her that I had been here when I was 14 and she said, 'how marvelous'." After the tour, they stopped outside to pose for photos before the queen unveiled a plaque to honour the regeneration of the local Piccadilly area. Then a couple of cute kids gave the ladies flowers. Again Kate had a few words for them – wonder if she moaned about William never buying her any? And then they were swooped away in their cars. How marvelous indeed.