The Queen will use a private audience with Prime Minister John Key to seek assurances over Christ Church Cathedral after being inundated with pleas from New Zealand to save the building.
Mr Key confirmed the Queen’s lady-in-waiting had briefed him that Queen Elizabeth wanted to talk about the future of the Cathedral after a flood of letters.
The Queen is the nominal head of the Anglican church in Britain, though not New Zealand.
“The Queen has had an extraordinarily large amount of correspondence in relation to the Christchurch Cathedral,” Mr Key said.
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