July 6, 2022

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Jubilee Day 2: The absent Queen, Harry and Meghan discover the royal family

Jubilee Day 2: The absent Queen, Harry and Meghan discover the royal family

Without the tired queen, but with Harry and Meghan: the British royal family met on Friday for the second day of her Platinum Jubilee, a religious service celebrating the 70th anniversary of the historic reign of Elizabeth II.

Also read: Elizabeth II was absent from the Jubilee celebrations on Friday

Two years after their tragic departure to California, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in public after being banned from a Buckingham Palace balcony cruise that began in London on Thursday. The 96-year-old sovereign celebrates four days of celebrations celebrating record longevity.

The Duke of Sussex, the most popular in the United Kingdom, was applauded by spectators as he approached the Duchess of St. Paul’s Cathedral in military attire, hanging from a jacket. Later heirs to the throne, Charles, 73, and his son William, turn 40 on June 21, their wives.

Buckingham Palace on Thursday evening announced that the emperor was “reluctantly” absent due to a certain “inconvenience”, yet the head of the Anglican Church and was very religious. More often than not, her successor, Charles, represented the queen, who had difficulty walking.

Thousands of people cheered her on Thursday on the palace balcony and took part in a brief lighting ceremony at Windsor Castle in the evening.

“Special Opportunity”

Crowds gathered in the early hours of the morning in front of St. Paul. Guards in traditional uniforms lined the front and stairs, and bells rang constantly in traffic, following precise rules, roaring former prime ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron, and then incumbent Boris Johnson.

Ray Williams, 37, posted a picture of the Queen’s life-size cardboard ‘because she could not come by herself’. She says she attends all the events and loves Harry. “Meghan, I’m not sure, honestly,” she adds.

“It’s family, isn’t it?” Julie Blewitt, 56, of northern England, told AFP: “This is a unique opportunity that will never happen again.” “It would not be the same without the Queen.”

The religious service, attended by nearly 2,000 people, was one of the highlights of the four-day celebration of the most popular Queen Elizabeth, who ascended the throne on February 6, 1952 at the age of 25.

“Your Majesty, we’m sorry you were not here this morning, but you’re still in the saddle,” Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of York, underlined in his address to the Queen, who watched the ceremony on television. His passion for horse racing. “And we’m glad it’s going on.”

Lunch in Windsor

The return of Harry and Meghan, who came with their two young children from the United States for the celebrations, caused a lot of hostile ink to flow from their departure and their sensational confession on American television.

Harry, 37, and William, 39, second in line to the throne, are virtually non-existent. They were not much better off with her father, Prince Charles.

According to Omid Scoby, biographer of the Harry-Meghan couple, they had lunch with family members in Windsor on Thursday, giving the Queen the opportunity to meet for the first time with their daughter Lilibate, who is celebrating her first birthday on Saturday.

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According to Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s second son, Andrew, 62, was suffering from COVID-19 and did not attend Friday. He has had no official role since allegations of sexual harassment in connection with the Epstein case in the United States, which he ended up paying several million dollars for.

The festivities continue with a large evening concert in front of Buckingham Palace on Saturday, with thousands of diners on Sunday and a huge parade among the neighbors and a huge parade through the streets of London in the evening, with nearly 10,000 participants.

The Conservative government on Friday began consultations to take advantage of this patriotic atmosphere and revive the use of the imperial measure system in the wake of Brexit, unlike the 96-year-old emperor who is preparing for the future. Returning pounds instead of kilos in stores and allowing verification of pint size with the logo indicating the crown instead of the European CE.