Household Cavalry Walt?

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Looks like full dress for one of the Line Cav Regiments. The collar badge & primrose stripe suggest RDG, but I'm sure in the days of the Skins we didn't allow ugly wives...
 
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Are you SERIOUSLY suggesting that the rig is what stands out the most in this picture? :omfg:
 
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Not Scots DG but could be one of the Yeomanry Regiments
 
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Wah shield on

Thats no bird! (Perrhaps an Arrser on a recent London crawl!)

Wah shield off
 
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'She' should be persecuted by the Waltenkommando for masquerading as a woman!

Er...hold on it's Colours B****S late of 42 Cdo RM, Sir I salute you.
 
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Looks like full dress for one of the Line Cav Regiments. The collar badge & primrose stripe suggest RDSG, but I'm sure in the days of the Skins we didn't allow ugly wives...
RDSG................?? Is that a contemporary version of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (RSDG)?? :eek:)
 
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RDSG................?? Is that a contemporary version of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (RSDG)?? :eek:)
Mong typing - meant RDG! We all know Scots DG are Scots DG, not RSDG & the various other ghastly versions put on here!
 
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The sword's a 1908 Pattern too, not the H Cav sword. No 'flask cord" on the pouch belt. So many things wrong with that rig.

And that's deffo not a "bird"... :)
 
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Could it be some sort of fancy dress event?
 
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My guess (and it is only that) is Yeoman Cav. No self respecting regular would look that shit. I am ruling out fancy dress beacuse the medals look genuine and I just dont want to believe anyone would put their real medals on a fake uniform. I belive the bird to be real only because it is serious commitment to fancy dress for a bloke to have a "ladylike" tattoo done on his thigh!
 
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Woman, possibly, Lady, not likely!
 
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I wouldn't even say the helmet is HCav. Only the gauntlets and the possibly the buff belt.
This does seem a very similar outfit to what Baron Von Castleshort was wearing in one of his photos - but I can't find that one.
 
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