Celebrations are taking place to mark the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s reign. It begins with a special version of the Trooping the Color procession in front of Buckingham Palace, to the sound of passing 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians, as well as the flight of Red Arrows, the acrobatic team of the RAF. . Friday the 3rd thereafter will be a Mass dedicated to St Paul’s Cathedral for Elizabeth’s long reign, as Queen and Head of the Anglican Church: a circumstance that this time must also witness the highly anticipated Harry and Meghan (on a visit to American Golden Sanctuary Island with young Archie and Lilipt Diana). ). and on Saturday 4 June there will be the Platinum Party, animated – always around Buckingham Palace – by a parade of 5,000 street performers, actors, musicians and circus acrobats; With the seal of a ceremony honoring the supremacy of British and international stars. Even the “folk” finale on Fifth Sunday is slated to be commissioned for the grand jubilee lunch event, with feasts taking place in parks and festivals across the country. To celebrate the start of the festivities, a new photo of the Queen, taken by Ranald McKechnie at Windsor Castle, has been released on May 25. The Queen thanked the nation and said she looked to the future with “confidence and enthusiasm”.
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