First the unexpected visit to Paddington Stationto celebrate the completion of the subway line che bears his name. Then the equally surprising presence at the Chelsea Flower Show, where she arrived aboard a so-called buggy, the small vehicle which is usually used to move about golf courses. Two unscheduled appointments, away from Windsor Castleto which he will leave next week others will add.
That’s why the Queen Elizabeth, Just turned 96, he decided to “take a break»On the estate of Balmoralhis place of the heart: in view of the celebrations for the Platinum Jubileein fact, Her Majesty has allowed herself a little relaxation in Scotland, where she usually spends the summer. Right there, on the lawn in front of the residence, on June 4th will come in his honor 70 corgi, his favorite dogs, one for each year of reign.
She, however, that day will be in London, where in the meantime his nephew Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will also have arrived. The Sussexes – who have retired as senior members of the Windsor house – they will not go up to the royal balcony on 2 June, on the occasion of the highly anticipated Trooping the Color, But they will have to participate the next day – according to what is reported by the Daily Mail – to the function of Thanksgiving to St. Paul’s Cathedral.
There will be lunches in the street, meeting places of artists, there super-flowering in Tower of London and of course the mega concert before Buckingham Palace with international music stars: over a thousand official activities scattered throughout the United Kingdom and not only. All to celebrate Elizabeth who – to date – is not yet clear which of these will participate. In the meantime, however, he is regaining his strength.
Platinum Jubilee: that’s when we’ll see Harry and Meghan
The queen goes (surprisingly) to the Chelsea Flower Show
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Source: Vanity Fair