Less than a month to go, Platinum celebration will officially take place. On the eve of the great ceremony, there are countless meaningful activities to honor and honor the Queen’s 70 years of reign.
One of the activities that attracted the most attention was the appearance of 10 great-grandchildren and sons of the Queen of England. This is the first time the royal babies have come together at a public event to celebrate Platinum.
According to the Telegraph, the royal babies will sit on a horse-drawn carriage, part of an activity part of the “Gross Through History” gala at the Royal Windsor Horse Show event on May 15. This is a royal horse show event held annually since 1943.
Members participating in the event include three Cambridge children, Prince George (8 years old), Princess Charlotte (7 years old) and Prince Louis (4 years old). In addition, baby Savannah and Isla (daughter of Peter Phillips), three children of Zara Tindall, baby August (son of Princess Eugenie) and baby Sienna (daughter of Princess Beatrice) will also participate.
According to the Daily Mail, two children of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – baby Archie and baby Lilibet – will not participate in this activity. The Sussexes are expected to return to England from the US at the end of May to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne.
It is known that Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, 18 years old, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, will also attend the show. Daughter Prince Edward and Countess of Wessex Sophie will pilot a carriage once owned by Prince Philip in honor of her late grandfather. Lady Louise inherited her passion for this sport from the Duke of Edinburgh, having participated in many competitions before.
Late last month, a video surfaced on Twitter showing the royal babies rehearsing to climb into a carriage at Windsor Castle, with the assistance of Duchess Kate and several other members of the royal family. This seems to be an activity in preparation for this Sunday’s event.
The Queen’s great-grandchildren will also likely be present at a number of different events in next month’s Platinum Celebration series. However, the children will not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the Trooping the Colour parade.
Last week, the Palace announced that only members of the royal family would be allowed to appear on the balcony, instead of the extended family as originally planned. William and Kate’s children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, are expected to be present with Edward and Sophie’s children – Lady Louise and Viscount Severn.
In addition to the main events taking place over the first weekend of June, several members of the royal family will visit different parts of the UK. The Cambridges will visit Wales, where they lived for several years when they were first married more than a decade ago. In addition, Princess Anne to Scotland and Prince Edward and his wife to Northern Ireland.
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