The longest-serving British monarch in her country’s history is preparing to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, paving the way for an orderly succession.
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the queen of records wears 70AOS and 115K At the bottom of the valley, he has sent 14 prime ministers (from Churchill to Boris Johnson), he has appeared on the coins of 45 countries, he has seen his country enter and leave the European Union, and he quelled unrest. has his own family; since Diana’s death ‘Megxit’going through Prince Andrew scandal,
With 96 already completed, and with fear in the body from the storm that forced the cancellation of the landing of her private plane back from Scotland, Elizabeth II is finally preparing to celebrate Platinum Jubilee, which will last for four days With Maxima Pump.
estimated that more than 12 million British Take part in one way or another in tribute to the monarch, with over 85,000 popular meals and 16,000 distributed at street parties, as well as the triumphal parade on Thursday in the royal carriage through the ‘mall’ and appearances on Buckingham’s balcony. with. The ‘royals’ in full exercise of their functions: Carlos, Camilla, William and Kate. Harry and Meghan will most likely be absent that day, although they will reappear at St. Paul’s Cathedral on Friday.
61% British support, today the monarchy, compared to 24% who would prefer an elected head of state. The majority continues to believe in the historical and symbolic value of the “firm” (as the royal family is popularly known), although support among the youngest is waning and, above all, In Scotland, where royal support has dropped to 45%According to a recent survey conducted by British Future.
“Make Elizabeth II last”, meanwhile announce the posters sponsored by the Republic Group, thanks to the 50,000 euros raised by billboards.com of British cities these days. public cooperation, “Seventy years with a single person as head of state is not a great idea, nor is it healthy for democracy,” warned “Republican” Major Graham Smith. “Now that the Queen has crossed that threshold, it’s time to think about what will happen next.”
comes again “co-king”A term coined by royal historians Ephraim Hardcastle and Kinsey Schofield, among others, to describe Agreement between Elizabeth II and her successor to alternate in their rolesAs happened recently at the inauguration of Parliament, when Carlos read the traditional “Queen’s Speech” with his deep voice and temporarily occupied the throne in the House of Lords.
Isabel II, who has missed an appointment for the first time in 59 years and due to “mobility problems”, is surprised, however, a few days later in her best clothes – bright yellow and leaning on her cane – Inauguration of new metro line in his name in Paddington. Nor did he want to miss the equestrian parade at Windsor or the Chelsea Flower Show, where he made his luxury golf cart debut.
Obviously, while the body tolerates and good weather permits, the Queen intends to continue appearing at special events, although most of her official activity will be done “virtually”. The emperor himself, who has spent a night in the hospital and postponed his schedule for more than three months due to exhaustion and medical prescriptions, Has publicly admitted that Covid left him “very tired” And has come to Windsor Castle to admit some of his visitors: “I can’t move.”
Duncan Larcombe, a former royal historian of ‘The Sun’, has started a heated debate by predicting that Act of Regency to be implemented within one year And Carlos would eventually act as “Prince Regent” guaranteeing the transition to his own regime in the process. Elizabeth II’s own announcement, speculating that Camilla will be the “Queen Consort” when the time comes, is a step in that direction. In fact, Carlos and Camilla will officially represent the Queen at the great Platinum Jubilee Luncheon to be held at London’s iconic cricket ground The Oval on Sunday.
According to a survey by ‘The Daily Express’, 76% of British are willing to accept Charles as “regent”In the case of Elizabeth II’s physical or mental illness, compared to the 23% who refuse to admit it. The Queen chose to face adversity following the death of Philip of Edinburgh, faithful in her day to her promise to “dedicate a life, long or short, to the service of our great royal family”. The failures of this past year may have forced him to reconsider and choose an intermediate formula.
Tina Brown, author of Palace PapersIn fact, assures that Carlos’ transformation into the “father of the nation” is underway and predicts that the “firm” has a guaranteed future “with the right actions and mentors” with William and Kate on the horizon. And even with the possible ‘re-entry’ of Harry and Meghan as ambassadors to the Commonwealth of Nations.
“The monarchy still has a very close relationship with the British,” Brown warned. “In the face of a real big event, there are always anxiety attacks and doomsday predictions that eventually turn out to be completely wrong. When the time comes, people turn around and go completely insane.”
Elizabeth II She is currently the longest-lived British queen. (His great-grandmother Victoria died at the age of 81 and was on the throne for 63 years) and third in world history (after Louis XIV, who ruled France for 72 years, and King Bhumibol of Thailand, who was 70 years and 123 days on the throne) in the seven Guinness Records visible in her possession are also the richest queen and the largest aquatic parade, with the appearance of 670 boats on the River Thames on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee, marking that irreplaceable and It was in extreme heat. The 2012 Olympics, culminating in James Bond’s helicopter descent.
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