A maquette of Elizabeth II Mitchel Raphael February 22, 2012 Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email 0 As part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee there was a ceremony unveiling a maquette of Elizabeth II riding a horse that will stay on the Hill. The maquette. Speaker Andrew Scheer. (L-R) Tory MP Ed Holder and NDP MP Don Davies. Andrea McCrady, who plays the carillon, the musical instrument that controls the 53 bells in the Peace Tower. Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Filed under: Andrea McCrady Andrew Scheer Don Davies Ed Holder Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Advertisement About this author Mitchel Raphael Macleans.ca author Other articles Mitchel Raphael on MPs’ pleasures— from drag queens to grilled cheese Mitchel Raphael on how MPs get wired and fete Robbie Burns All articles Advertisement Post navigation Previous How should the Senate be? Next Can the anonymous Martin O’Malley really become U.S. president?