In a statement, Buckingham Palace said the monarch had a certain malaise and preferred not to attend Friday’s Platinum Jubilee Mass.
Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace said on Thursday it would not attend the Platinum Jubilee Mass to mark the 70th year of her reign. “The Queen really enjoyed the Jubilee Parade and Hawaii Parade today (Thursday), but felt a certain uneasiness,” the note read. “Given the travel and activity required to attend tomorrow’s National Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Her Majesty has concluded with great reluctance that she will not attend,” he said. The event is scheduled to be held this Friday in the Cathedral of So Paulo London,
Celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II began this Thursday, the second day, and will continue through Sunday. On the first day, hundreds of Britons took to the streets to observe the traditional anniversary parade, which featured some 500 soldiers, 400 musicians, 250 horses from 250 Air Force aircraft, including Red Arrow aerobatic patrols, flying over the castle and The second appearance was involved. Queen. , along with prominent members of the royal family – including William and Catherine’s three young children – to greet the crowd. At the age of 96, the monarch, who is the sixth woman to assume the British Crown, surpassed her great-grandmother Queen Victoria’s record and became the first woman to be able to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee.