Beaming Queen Elizabeth waves to Jubilation crowds on June 3! It will be her 60th birthday in 2022, so what better way to celebrate than with the queen? If you’ve never seen the queen wave to a crowd before, you’ll be in for a treat. Beaming Queen Elizabeth waves to Jubilee crowds!
Thousands of royal fans and cheering crowds lined the streets outside Buckingham Palace to welcome the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation. In celebration of the event, tens of thousands of royal supporters lined the streets of London. Millions of people are expected to attend the festivities, take part in street parties, and light beacons to honor the Queen.
Queen Elizabeth waved to the crowds on her balcony. She waved with her walking stick as she greeted the crowds with her sons, Prince William and Kate Middleton. Prince George and the Duchess of Cambridge, who is the next in line to the throne, also made the same appearance. Queen Elizabeth was “determined” to appear briefly on the balcony to thank the nation for her many blessings.
The event will also feature a ceremony with the great Paul bell, the country’s largest. This bell was restored last year after a decades-long malfunction. A reception hosted by the Lord Mayor of the City of London will follow the royal event. On Thursday, June 3 marked the start of Jubilee celebrations, and the 69th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth, who became the monarch in 1952. She is the head of state of 14 countries.
In the end, Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family greeted the crowds on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Prince Charles, Prince William, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, were joined by the duchess and the children on the balcony. The monarchs waved and greeted the crowds, as well as the royal family and well-wishers.
Thousands of supporters lined the streets and the iconic Mall to watch the display. In addition to the royal family, a tribute video by former U.S. president Barack Obama was sent to the victims’ families by former U.S. president Obama. While many royals have been occupied with the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Prince George and the Queen have been keeping busy during the festivities.
The jubilee events were a respite from the political pressures of the day. The queen waved to the crowds as she played guitar and sang ‘Perfect’. The Queen is no longer expected to make public statements but is a steadying influence on society. As long as the Queen has her royal audience, the party won’t fall apart.
The queen wasn’t at the service of thanksgiving on the first day of the Jubilee celebrations, but she did lead the lighting of the Principal Platinum Jubilee Beacon at Windsor Castle. On Saturday, the Queen will continue her celebrations with the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, which pays tribute to the queen’s seven decades on the throne.