Queen Elizabeth II has made an important request to Kate Middleton and Prince William: that they lead the platinum jubilee celebrations, an event that will mark the 70th anniversary of the reign of the United Kingdom’s king.
The party will take place over four days and festivities will take place from June 2-5. The special achievement will bring a four-day bank holiday, a special jubilee party, and bars open until 1am.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be the oldest members of the royal family to travel outside London for the King’s Memorial Weekend next month. The royal couple will travel to Wales, where they lived for a few years when they were married more than a decade ago, Princess Anne will travel to Scotland, and Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, will travel to Northern Ireland.
Over the course of the central weekend, members of the royal family will visit the nations of the United Kingdom to celebrate the platinum jubilee. And Buckingham Palace announced in a statement that members of the royal family will attend engagements in every country, including public events marking the occasion.
We remind you that during the Queen’s golden and diamond jubilee, the Queen and her husband Prince Philip, who passed away last year, visited many places across Britain, traveling on the Royal Train during the Jubilee Weekend celebrations.
This panorama will not be possible this year, because the Queen is 96 years old, and in recent months, her movement has been restricted.
Harry and Meghan have confirmed that they will be in the UK for the Platinum Jubilee
The Sussexes are already planning their temporary return to the UK to take part in the party festivities. A spokesperson for the Sussex family said: “Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are excited and honored to participate in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June with their children.”
The occasion will be the first time Harry and Meghan have returned to the UK with their children, since they stepped down as royals in 2019.
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