Elizabeth II: all dressed in green, the queen last appeared on her jubilee surrounded by her strict guard
On the occasion of the last day of the celebration of the platinum jubilee of Elizabeth II. The British monarch came this Sunday, June 5, to greet the crowd on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
The presence everyone hoped for. After canceling his visit to several events to mark the 70th anniversary of his reign, Elizabeth IIappeared this Sunday, June 5, around 6 pm on the balcony of Buckingham Palacefrom where she launched four days of celebrations this Thursday.
He was the monarch for this great moment dressed in a long coat and hat, both green. The Queen also took the opportunity to greet the crowd gathered at the Mall, the avenue leading to the palace. She was accompanied by her son, Prince Charles and his wife Camilia, as well as Prince William, his wife Duchess Kate and the three children of the couple George, Charlotte and Louis. As a result of this performance, the British anthem “God save the Queen” was heard.
For this last day of celebrations and the parade took place in central London. Attendees could see the 260-year-old golden carriage procession, soldiers in ceremonial clothes from all over the Commonwealth, as well as actors, dancers and also puppets of the Corgi, the queen’s favorite dogs.
Elizabeth II absent from the main events of her jubilee
After the first day of the festivities appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, Elizabeth II kept away from major events. At the age of 96 and with difficulty moving, the sovereign did not attend the religious ceremony on Friday, horse racing on Saturday or a giant concert in front of her palace. She also did not speak in public, but still reserved a pleasant surprise for the British. The monarch actually did a surprising appearance in a short funny video published before the start of the big concert where she did have tea with Paddingtonclumsy bear of British children’s literature.
Elizabeth II Attendees could see the 260-year-old golden carriage procession, soldiers in ceremonial clothes from all over the Commonwealth, as well as actors, dancers and also puppets of the Corgi, the queen’s favorite dogs.