Platinum Anniversary on the Live Bar: Queen comes last

The 70th Anniversary of the Queen’s Throne on the Info Bar: Surprising Look! The Queen appears on the palace balcony

The Queen’s 70th anniversary is the biggest event in Great Britain. Outdoor festivities are now held across the UK. The list of famous guests was long. All important events to read in the FOCUS Online pane.

Surprising appearance! queen appears on the palace balcony at the end of her anniversary

18:33: At the end of the day’s anniversary celebrations, Queen Elizabeth II unexpectedly showed herself to her people again. From the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London, the 96-year-old queen in a green coat and fitted hat waved to hundreds of thousands of onlookers.

By her side stood the closest family – heir to the throne, Prince Charles and wife of Princess Camilla, and his older son, Prince William, with his wife, Princess Kate, and three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Meanwhile, the national anthem “God Save the Queen” was played.

The Queen appeared at the ceremony for the fourth time – but the first time since Thursday evening. The Queen went out onto Buckingham’s balcony twice on Thursday afternoon, once with close family members. In the evening, the monarch symbolically lit lanterns throughout the country. However, the Queen canceled her thanksgiving service on Friday and neither participated in the traditional Epsom Derby horse race on Saturday afternoon, nor in the grand anniversary concert on Saturday night in front of Buckingham Palace. The 96-year-old had to rest, was said as the reason.

“I’m keeping an eye on you”: Mike Tindall jokes with Prince Louis (4)

18:11: At the start of the celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s anniversary, her great-grandson, Prince Louis, stole the show with grimaces, gaping mouths and covered ears. Mike Tindall, husband of Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall, jokingly threatened him to keep the four-year-old from becoming a clown at the end of Sunday’s celebrations. “I’ve got my eyes on you” was the gesture of the former rugby star. Earlier, Louis threw a pillow on the floor and stretched out in his armchair. His mother, Princess Kate, laughed at Tindall’s intervention.

Louis later sat on the lap of his grandfather, Prince Charles, as well as his mother. He repeatedly pointed to individual participants in the great anniversary parade that passed in front of Buckingham Palace. The Tindall family also had children with them. Daughter Mia was sitting behind her cousins.

The Queen appears as a hologram – Prince Louis and his siblings stare entranced

16:22: The huge street parade known as the “Jubilee Page” began on Sunday in London to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee. Led by a Golden State Coach who last traveled 20 years ago, members of the Army, Navy, and Royal Air Force marched along the mall along with 200 riders. They were followed by members of numerous clubs who, under the supervision of the heir to the throne, Prince Charles, recreated scenes from the 70-year reign of the queen.

The highlight of the show so far: The Queen appeared as a hologram, displayed in the windows of the golden state carriage during her coronation 70 years ago. The heavy Gregorian carriage had been checked beforehand, but seemed to run perfectly. The Queen described the golden carriage ride at the coronation in 1953 as “terrible”.

While most of the royal family sat in the stands, the queen herself had yet to be noticed. All eyes were on the three children of Prince William and Princess Kate, who watched the parade with beaming faces.

Lipreader reveals what the kings whispered in the church

14:34: Although Queen Elizabeth II (96) was absent from the thanksgiving service in her honor at St. Paweł, a lot was happening. The royals laughed, whispered and whispered madly. The Mouth Reader now reveals what the royals said. “It was about the weather, fashion and dry skin,” says the Daily Mail Julliet Sullivan.

When Prince Harry (37) and his cousin Zara Tindall (41) left the church, he gave her some compliments. “You’ve lost some weight,” said Harry. “I love your outfit. I didn’t know what colors you were going to wear – blue, pink, orange.”

He was not alone with this opinion – his wife, Princess Meghan (40, née Meghan Markle) also agreed. “You look great.” Zara turned and giggled. The cathedral also seemed to impress Meghan. She whispered softly to her Harry, “I’ve never been here, it’s so beautiful.”

Harry’s brother William (40) and Princess Kate (40) also talked after the service, but more professionally. “It went very well, very well,” said Kate, to which William replied, “Yes, perfect.” But then he told his wife what to do next while the couple waved at the crowd. “Wait until everyone is gone then we can go.” He took over command of the church as Prince Charles was approaching (73). “Let’s keep going inside, my father will be there.”

Eugenie von York (32), her sister Beatrice von York (33) and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi (38) were initially interested only in appearances. “Is my face okay? It’s so dry, Eugenie asks her brother-in-law. “Yes alright. All right, he replied.

Then it was about the man behind the three. “Look how many medals he has. This is amazing. You also have a medal! You deserve a medal, Beatrice told her husband. “No, I don’t deserve it,” he replied, to which his wife replied calmly but firmly. “Yes!” Then Edoardo had to smile too.

Millions of Britons celebrate their Queen at “jubilee” picnics

14:18: All over the country, people in Great Britain celebrated the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II on the throne at picnics. The heir to the throne, Prince Charles, and his wife, Princess Camilla, also attended the “Jubilee Dinner” at London’s The Oval cricket stadium, where the Queen’s daughter-in-law cut dough. The six-meter-long cake buffet was made of felt.

Visitors who spoke to Charles later told PA news agency that the 73-year-old called for maintaining that sense of community – and not getting back into arguing after the four-day celebration.

It is estimated that millions of people attended the “Big Lunch” at around 16,000 events. All residents could register for the festivals in advance, and there were also numerous public events. Some municipalities have waived charges that are actually due for road closures to allow parties.

The Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, and his wife, Countess Sophie, represented the Queen at lunch at Windsor. Pictures of Princess Kate, the wife of the queen’s grandson, Prince William, baking cakes with three children, are available in the palace. It is said that the desserts were intended for a street party in Cardiff, the capital of Wales.

Jubilee of the throne queen it ends with tens of thousands of picnics and a great parade

09.12: At the end of the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II, open-air banquets will be held on Sunday in Great Britain. Millions of visitors are expected to attend picnics hosted by over 70,000 hosts. Crown Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are also attending one of these “Great Jubilee Dinners” in London. Over 600 banquets are also held in the Commonwealth and other countries.

The highlight of the day is the grand parade in central London that leads to Buckingham Palace. Musicians, performers, dancers and actors represent many of the historical changes that have occurred since Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne in 1952. At the end of the parade, the national anthem “God Save the Queen”, led by pop star Ed Sheeran, is sung in front of the palace.

Stars and excitement at a pop concert at Buckingham Palace in honor queen

Sunday, June 05 07:57: With stars such as rock band Queen, Rod Stewart and Alicia Keys, and the emotional speech of King Charles’ heir to the throne, the Brits celebrated the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II on Saturday. The concert at Buckingham Palace in central London had 22,000 spectators there – and millions more around the world. Karol thanked his “mum” for “having been there for us for these 70 years”.

The legendary rock band Queen, with vocalist Adam Lambert, kicked off the party with their hits “We Will Rock You”, “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “We Are The Champions”. American singer Alicia Keys, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, British band Duran Duran, Rod Stewart and this year’s UK Eurovision Song Contest starter Sam Ryder also attended the event.

Motown legend Diana Ross has performed in the UK for the first time in 15 years on a 360-degree stage in front of Buckingham Palace. Elton John took part in a moving, previously recorded performance of his hit “Your Song”. Former England footballer David Beckham, James Bond actor Daniel Craig and former US First Lady Michelle Obama also paid tribute to the Queen on the video news.

Charles’ speech in honor of the queen: “You have been there for us for 70 years”

Buckingham Palace was festively lit during the two and a half hour concert. A message from nature filmmaker David Attenborough and numerous paintings of Elizabeth II were displayed on the walls of the palace. The Queen herself wanted to watch a performance in her honor at Windsor Castle on television. On Friday, Elizabeth II had already missed a great thanksgiving service in London’s St. Paul because of “sickness.”

Despite this, many royal celebrities gathered at the pop concert stand, incl. Prince Charles with his wife Camilla and eldest son Prince William with wife Kate. Their two older children, eight-year-old George and seven-year-old Charlotte, were also allowed to stay there.

William’s brother Harry and his wife Meghan, who came to London from the United States on the occasion of the throne anniversary, did not come to the concert. Her second child, Lilibet, had her birthday on Saturday.

Shortly before the end of the concert, Prince Charles paid tribute to his mother in a speech. “You met us and talked to us, you laughed and cried with us, and most importantly, you have been there for us for 70 years,” he said. “You made a promise to serve you all your life – you are still keeping it. That’s why we’re here. This is what we are celebrating today. “

Queen opens their anniversary concert for Queen in front of 22,000 people

22:19: At a huge concert in front of Buckingham Palace with many stars of music, society and sports, thousands of people celebrated the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s throne in London. The Queen herself starred in a video that showed him drinking tea with the popular movie character Paddington. “Thanks for everything,” said the bear, after which the rock band Queen opened the concert.

Although the Queen was on screen, she stayed out of the show in her honor. The 96-year-old monarch has repeatedly faced mobility problems. Her grandson Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan were also not there.

At the end of the two-and-a-half hour “Platinum Party at the Palace” organized by the BBC, heir to the throne, Prince Charles, wanted to speak. The mega concert ended the third day of the anniversary celebration.

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