HMS Queen Elizabeth: Royal Navy carrier's next port stop in Asia has been revealed

HMS Queen Elizabeth is continuing on her first operational deployment.

Friday, 8th October 2021, 6:18 pm

The Royal Navy’s fleet flagship departed Portsmouth in May.

Since then she has travelled more than half the world away from our city – with visits to Korea, Japan and Guam.

Queen Elizabeth will soon be making her next stop in Singapore in the coming days.

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UK in Singapore tweeted on Friday: ‘Hey HMS Queen Elizabeth, we can't wait for #CSG21 to reach where we take our love for good food + #UNESCO recognised hawker culture very seriously.’

The carrier’s official account has also tweeted about her upcoming arrival in Singapore.

Sharing a video with ‘fun facts’ about Queen Elizabeth ahead of her stop in the city state.

HMS Queen Elizabeth. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Recently HMS Queen Elizabeth and her sister ship HMS Prince of Wales carried out simultaneous jet operations despite being thousands of miles apart.

The carrier also proved a huge hit with the Japanese Navy during her stay in the country in September.

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