New Zealand MP Maggie Barry has not been put off official duties in London by an uncovered plot to kill the Queen.
The plan to stab Queen Elizabeth was foiled by British police, who arrested four Islamic terror suspects.
The suspects were allegedly planning to stab the 88-year-old monarch to death at the Royal Albert Hall, The Sun reported.
National MP Barry, who is in London, said she was undeterred from representing the Government at the wreath laying ceremony.
“I think in London, at the heart of the Royal Family, they are very aware of security threats, and they always have been.”