The II. In honor of Queen Elizabeth, a large-scale, four-day series of events will be held in the summer. The first event of this took place on June 2nd Trooping The Color will be on which the birthday of the ruler will be celebrated. Although II. Elizabeth was born on April 21st, the early spring time in London does little to allow them to rejoice then, so the ceremony always takes place in the summer. THE Trooping The Color it is also a significant event because at this time the members of the royal family were removed from Buckingham Palace a The Mall they are taken along a street called, in most cases with an open carriage, so the public can see them as well.
THE Trooping The Color as a closing moment, members of the royal family usually stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the air show from there, most recently in 2019, which has lagged behind in recent years. This year, however, further changes were made by the monarch, who restricted access to the balcony to members of the family performing royal duties. The palace according to II. Elizabeth made the decision after careful consideration, so there will be a total of eighteen on the balcony: II. Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Princess Camilla, Prince William, Princess Catherine, Countess Eduard of Wessex, Princess Anna, Princess Richard of Prince George of Prince of Prince George Princess, Prince Louis, Lady Louise Windsor, Earl of James.
In that sense, neither Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who emigrated to the United States, nor Prince Andrew, who was involved in the sexual harassment scandal, were invited. The Queen, on the other hand, made a big exception with Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, who is the husband of Princess Anna but does not perform official public duties, yet she may still be on the balcony. Like the granddaughters of the monarch, Prince George, Princess Sarolta, Prince Louis, Lady Louise Windsor, and Algraph James Severni, who, for understandable reasons, are not yet able to perform royal duties. In 2019, a total of 41 members of the royal family appeared on the balcony of the palace, but 26 of them have already appeared this year. they will not be there:
- Zenouska Mowatt
- Lady Gabriella Windsor
- Thomas Kingston
- Lord Frederick Windsor
- Sophie Winkleman
- Marie-Christine Anne Agnes Hedwig East Frein von Reibnitz, Princess of Kent
- Prince Michael of Kent
- Lord Nicholas Windsor
- Louis Windsor
- Princess Eugenia
- Prince Harry
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Andrew
- Isla Phillips
- Savannah Phillips
- Peter Phillips
- Autumn Phillips
- Lyla Gilman
- Lady Helen Taylor
- Flora Ogilvy
- George Gilman
- Lady Rose Gilman
- James Ogilvy
- Alexander Ogilvy
- Sylvana Palma Windsor, Countess of St. Andrews
- George Windsor, Count of St. Andrews
Although Harry’s also missed the party, they have reportedly confirmed that they will be coming to the UK for the anniversary celebration with their children this summer. Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet (who also bear the names of Queen and Princess Diana) have not yet met II. With Elizabeth.
Harry and Meghan, Prince and Princess of Sussex are excited and honored to be able to attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration with their children this June
The couple’s spokesman said, so Sussexes will be present at the events, but they will not pay their respects to the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Details about the ceremony
According to the palace, II. Elizabeth will not have a solemn procession to the service at St. Paul’s Cathedral on June 3, as the ruler is struggling with movement problems, so she will use a different entrance than the steep stairs. It is gratifying to announce, however, that after twenty years, at the jubilee ceremony on June 5, the car named Gold State Coach, built back in 1760, will be on the streets of London again. At the request of King George. Its windows have been completely remodeled and the II. An image of Elizabeth in her youth will be seen on them.
The monarch is expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace a Trooping The Colouronwill attend the service as well as Epsom Derby, but the official appearances for the weekend will probably only be confirmed on the day of the event, a spokesman for the palace said.
(Cover photo: Queen Elizabeth II in Windsor on April 28, 2022. Photo: Dominic Lipinski / WPA Pool / Getty Images)