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70 years of Elizabeth II's reign: United Kingdom preparing for banquet

70 years of Elizabeth II’s reign: United Kingdom preparing for banquet

Nationwide parade, picnic, balcony concert and royal family: The United Kingdom next week celebrates the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II’s reign, a historic achievement during the transition to monarchy.

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Tested by sections of Brexit, tired of the epidemic and its blockages and now strangled by rising prices, the English can take advantage of the long weekend from Thursday, June 2nd.

The 96-year-old queen’s recent health and mobility problems have led to fears that she may have left, so the sovereignty has increased many times over in recent days to open the metro rail line named after her, attend a horse show or browse. Aisles of a major horticultural event on the golf cart with the driver.

But as a sign of the current change, his son Prince Charles, the heir to the crown, was appointed to replace him at the annual address marking the beginning of the parliamentary year. He has already been responsible for representing abroad for many years.

In front of MPs on Thursday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will pay tribute to the head of state “Rock” who has been “anchored” by the British for seven decades, the “remarkable woman” who dedicated her life to her people and how a constitutional monarchy can be and To the idea of ​​being “according to parts of his speech.

Elizabeth II ascended the throne on February 6, 1952 at the age of 25, and her father, King George VI, died of lung cancer at the age of 56.

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He recently rose to third place in terms of longevity among the monarchs of previous, sovereign nations by King Louis XIV XIV of France who died in 1715 and King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) of Thailand who died in 2016.

In London, from Oxford Street to Buckingham Palace to Ocher Macadam Avenue, flags are proudly displayed, foreshadowing the scale of the festivities.

With more than 1,500 soldiers and musicians, 240 horses and a view of the Royal Air Force, they will begin Thursday with Trooping the Color, which marks the Queen’s official birthday.

The traditional balcony look is only for working members of the royal family. Although Prince Harry and his wife Megan were deported from California, so did Prince Andrew, who had to pay millions of pounds to avoid trial in the United States for sexual abuse.

On the show, there will be a religious ceremony at St. Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, horse racing and a grand banquet at Buckingham Palace on Saturday.

In total, more than 200,000 events are planned, and organizers expect 10 million people to attend the Jubilee Picnics on Sunday, June 5th.

On this day, a large procession will pay tribute to the King and the diversity of the British people. It will bring together 10,000 athletes, artists and volunteers. Organizers estimate that one billion people will watch the show, counting all types of distributions worldwide.

“The scale is monumental,” march leader Adrian Evans recently told AFP, promising a “very, very British, very strange” show.

In the various paintings in the parade, one pays personal tribute to the queen, especially the corkis and horses, especially the sovereign attached animals.

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For this event, pubs can be open for two hours longer than usual, up to one o’clock in the morning. Beer Flow: The British Beer and Pub Association estimates that 90 million pints of beer will be sold for the Jubilee, and the sector will benefit from the £ 105 million (€ 124 million) incentive.

According to a study published by the British Future Thought Group, two-thirds of people are interested in the Jubilee and the majority believe it represents an opportunity to unite. 58% want a monarchy and 25% believe the end of Elizabeth II’s reign will be the perfect time for the United Kingdom to become a republic.

But the study points out that low support among young people and minorities reflects the need for the monarchy to be modernized if it is to remain in the hearts of all Britons.