Queen Elizabeth II (96) For the first time in 70 years, Trooping will not take the Color Salute. prince charles (73), Prince William (39) and princess anne (72) He will represent the Welsh Guards in the parade, the Irish Guards and the Blues and Royals as a colonel. This is reported by “Sunday Times”. The ceremony usually features Her Majesty’s personal soldiers as part of the Horse Guards Parade.
In the video above: Touch gesture to the Queen – Lady Louise leads Prince Philip’s carriage.
It is expected that the 96-year-old Queen, who suffers from “episodic mobility issues”, will attend her official birthday parade on June 2. “Trooping the Colour” marks the start of a four-day national celebration to mark his platinum anniversary, but the ceremony is being altered to reflect his well-being.
Queen Elizabeth II will appear on the balcony
According to the report, Palace officials are considering the possibility of the Queen arriving in a carriage from Buckingham Palace for a brief inspection of soldiers before arriving on the balcony. Alternatively, Her Majesty could only appear on the balcony after the ceremony.
Some family members will be on the balcony after “Trooping the Colour”: The Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla (74), William and Kate (40) with their three children, Prince Edward (58) with his family, Princess Anne and her Along with Mann, the Duke of Kent (86) and Princess Alexandra (85) and the Duke (77) and Duchess of Gloucester (75).
Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40), Prince Andrew (62) and their daughters will not join the royal family there. Harry, Meghan and their children will attend the ceremony, but it is unknown what elements of the four-day anniversary weekend they will attend.
Often the focus of major royal occasions such as Trooping the Color and weddings, balcony appearances are typically the Queen’s extended family gathering to watch an air show and fans have the rare opportunity to see the entire extended family together.
The Queen attends only selected events
Earlier this month, Her Majesty missed the opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 years, forcing Prince Charles and Prince William to co-chair the event on the Queen’s behalf.
However, she has attended three public events this month, including the Windsor Horse Show, the Windsor Platinum Jubilee celebrations and the opening of the Elizabethan Tube Line. At events alone, she was in a good mood.
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