Kings – Seven Decades of Reign: This is the calendar of activities to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee

the Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 70 years on the throne next one February 6but as usual and due to the weather, the main festivities are planned for an extended weekend in June.

Share Buckingham Palace in Agenda for the celebration program:

Thursday 2 June

Queen’s Birthday Parade (Color Compilation)More than 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians will take part in a traditional parade to mark the Queen’s official birthday. It is usually held on a Saturday in June, but has been moved to a Thursday in the Platinum Jubilee year. It will climax when the royal family watches an RAF flyover from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

The most curious activities will be carried out on that day. This is the prize for the Jubilee Pudding Contest, a competition in which citizens can submit their recipes for this pudding to a jury of culinary experts. The winning pudding will be part of a curious royal recipe book that began to be created in 1953, when Le Cordon Bleu created the so-called “coronation hen” or Boulet ren Elizabeth for Elizabeth II’s coronation.

Platinum Jubilee Lighthouses: Beacons will be lit across the UK, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and the UK Overseas Territories and in the capitals of the Commonwealth of Nations.

Friday 3 June

Thanksgiving service: The Queen’s Testament Thanksgiving service will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Saturday 4th June

Derby Epsom Downs: The Queen and members of the royal family will attend the Derby at Epsom Downs.

The platinum party at the palace: The BBC will be organizing and broadcasting a live concert from Buckingham Palace. The Royal House said it will “bring together some of the world’s biggest entertainment stars to celebrate the most exciting moments of the Queen’s seven-decade reign”.

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Sunday 5 June

Great Jubilee Lunch: People are invited to gather with friends and neighbors for food and drink.

Platinum Jubilee Parade: A procession of more than 5,000 people from across the UK and Commonwealth will take place against the backdrop of Buckingham Palace and the surrounding streets. It is expected to combine street art, theatre, music, circus, carnival and fashion. About 200 silk flags designed by children flow through the mall, which organizers described as a “river of hope.”

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