The Irish Guards are an infantry unit of the Royal Guards that was created in 1900 by Queen Victoria in response to requests from Irish soldiers to serve in the Royal Guard. They have served in many military campaigns, including the First and Second World Wars and the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Today, the Irish Guards continue to serve as the guard of honour to his Majesty King Charles III and the British Royal Family. They are a symbol of the tradition and continuity of the British monarchy and an important part of Irish and British military history and culture.
The Royal Guard watches are licensed by the British Ministry of Defence. This licence guarantees the respect of the official coat of arms and the quality of the products. Each watch is supplied with a certificate and a "MoD approved" sticker.
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