The Queen celebrated her platinum jubilee, making it the longest reign in British history. source: BBC
- Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her jubilee at her official residence, Buckingham Palace.
- Her Majesty looked well-disposed as she sat on the balcony of the palace.
- The ceremony was attended by both royal and non-working royal members.
Queen Elizabeth at her jubilee celebrations
Queen Elizabeth has witnessed many historical events in her life. Recently, the longest-serving monarch in Britain’s history celebrated her 70th birthday on the British throne. It is a tribute to one of the great acts of constancy in history.
Many celebrations were held in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth nations.
Her reign was marked by an era of World War II, witnessing many cultural upheavals, technological advances, and changes in many world leaders.
The Queen was an important figure from her coronation in 1953 to her emotional address to the nation during the deadly pandemic, the Queen was there as long as most Britons lived.
Trooping the Color marked the history and relationship of the queen to the throne. The event kicked off four days of jubilee celebrations.
The queen wore a coat and a dress made of dark pigeon blue Charmelaine wool fabric, adorned with pearl and diamond ornaments around her neck.
The 96-year-old queen wore the same dress for her official Jubilee photo.
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Who attended the Platinum Jubilee?
The first members of the royal family to arrive and signal to the encouraged crowds were Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Duchess Camilla.
Prince Edward, SophosThe Countess of Wessex and their children Viscount Severnand Lady Louise Windsor he also arrived, waving to the crowd.
Prince Harry and Meghan he also flew from America to attend the four-day celebrations.
Other working members of the royal family were present on the balcony.
As soon as the Queen stepped onto the balcony, a large crowd greeted her with loud cheers and applause. The entire nation celebrates its Platinum Jubilee, which marks its 70th year on the throne. He was the longest-serving monarch in British history.
After the event, Regina announced that she will no longer attend the Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral on Friday.
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