King's Scout


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King's Scout

n
(in Britain and the Commonwealth when the sovereign is male) another name for Queen's Scout US equivalent: Eagle Scout
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He was a keen Scout and achieved the highest award in the movement to become a King's Scout.
"A resident wrote to the old Coventry Standard to say there was nothing for children and they wrote back saying 'why don't you form a scout troop?' "I had joined the Scouts in Plymouth in 1945 when I was 12 and I was a King's Scout; I had helped with scout troops and my sister said I was the one for the job."
The book became the handbook of a new movement, which secured the royal seal of approval the following year when King Edward VII agreed to the introduction of the King's Scout Award.