Queen Elizabeth will not attend today's Thanksgiving Mass at St. Paul's Cathedral, the second On the day of the celebrations for her Platinum Jubilee.
Citing discomfort, Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen had decided “with great reluctance” that she could not attend.
“However, the 96-year-old monarch really enjoyed yesterday's traditional parade and demonstration of fighter jets, but felt some discomfort” despite the effort she made to overcome the mobility problems that afflict her in recent months.
In The announcement also reads: “The Queen is looking forward to attending the lighting event at Windsor Castle and would like to thank everyone who made today an unforgettable day.”
Thousands flock to central London “to celebrate this unprecedented event in British history that happens once in a generation”. Buckingham Palace in front of tens of thousands of Britons cheering amidst happy scenes at Trooping the Color during the traditional military parade as historic celebrations for its Platinum Jubilee begin.
A lip-reading expert has revealed how the Queen shared a sweet moment with her great-grandson, Prince Louis, while on the balcony of Buckingham Palace showing traces of smoke from the red arrows. left behind by RAF planes.
“Look, can you see them?” Look this!” the queen whispered to little Louis and added: “Here come the Arrows! Take a look at the smoke! ” Queen to honor the Platinum Jubilee.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote on Twitter: “Congratulations to His Majesty the Queen on your remarkable Platinum Jubilee. The whole country, the Commonwealth and the people thank you for your steadfast duty and service.
Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace wrote on Twitter: “In global volatile times we are fortunate to have a wonderful monarch which shows us all what duty means by its relentless service to our nation. “
Today, the second day of the festivities, follows the Thanksgiving ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral, which will begin at 9.15 am English time and will mark the Queen's position as spiritual leader and head of the Church of England.
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