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As Head of State, Head of the Church of England and the living symbol of the na-tional unity, the British monarch embodies the political and religious nstitutions of the United Kngdom.Consequently, the ceremones and events involvng the monarch and the royal famly const tute a central part of the civil religion of the nationstate.

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