The Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations have announced by Buckingham Palace. At the age of 95, the Queen will be the first British monarch to commemorate a major life achievement. Members of the Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth II, will tour the country to participate in various public events.
The Palace revealed the whole schedule of events for the festivities. Parades, music, and a bank holiday are all part of the festivities. Following physicians’ orders to take a break last year. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II isn’t sure which activities of Platinum Jubilee she will attend this time around.
The Platinum Pudding Competition will get things start on the 10th of January. The company, Fortnum & Mason, is looking for a dish to honour the Queen’s momentous achievement.
Green Canopy will continue to plant new trees for the Queen’s annual presentation. While from May 12 to 15, a show at Windsor Castle’s grounds has anticipated to feature more than 500 horses and 1,000 entertainers.
The Queen’s Birthday Parade known as Trooping the Color will take place in Horse Guards Parade on June 2.
Beacons of light will be set off across the UK, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man as Buckingham Palace’s main beacon has illuminated.
From Elizabeth I to the present day, the audience will taken on a journey through the history of the monarchy. A ceremony of thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign will take place at St. Paul’s Cathedral on June 3. Some of the greatest stars in entertainment are slated to attend the celebration.
There will be a homage to the Queen and her late husband. On April 2021, at the age of 99, Prince Philip had passed away.
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