All you need to know about HMS Queen Elizabeth as super ship leaves dockyard

HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy sits docked in the sunshine at Rosyth dockyard near Edinburgh ahead of her sea trials which are due to begin. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy sits docked in the sunshine at Rosyth dockyard near Edinburgh ahead of her sea trials which are due to begin. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
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The Royal Navy’s largest ship ever is set to leave the Rosyth dockyard in Fife and make her way up the Forth today.

It will be a spectacular sight. But what do we know about the Royal Navy’s largest ever ship?

HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy sits docked in the sunshine at Rosyth dockyard near Edinburgh ahead of her sea trials which are due to begin soon.

HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy sits docked in the sunshine at Rosyth dockyard near Edinburgh ahead of her sea trials which are due to begin soon.

HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy sits docked in the sunshine at Rosyth dockyard near Edinburgh ahead of her sea trials which are due to begin soon.

HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy sits docked in the sunshine at Rosyth dockyard near Edinburgh ahead of her sea trials which are due to begin soon.

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