Carlos and Camilla assume their new star roles, shared with the Queen during Platinum Jubilee
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Four hundred and eighty-eight tables were spread over the Long Walk in Windsor for the Queen to eat and toast. Five hundred and fifty-five tables are erected between the towns of Goring and Streetly to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee. However the palm was eventually taken over by an endless table of one mile (1,609 m) in the form of a multicolored snake with a Union Jack, which traveled in a dual direction through the Swanage Center on the Dorset Coast.
The British wanted to party and threw the house out the window on the 70th anniversary of the reign of Elizabeth II, who received an unexpected visit from Paddington Bears at tea time, with the typical jam sandwich and as the prelude to the first spectacular concert. In. Buckingham Palace where Prince Charles and his son William competed on stage with Diana Ross and Rod Stewart.
In the great parade through the mall, a hologram of Isabel II will cover her absence on the famous gold-plated float, revisiting seven decades of the Queen (from Cliff Richard to Ed Sheeran). A bunch of “Corgis” and an endless line of vintage cars will refresh the memory of the audience The “show” that reaffirmed the coveted status of the monarchy. It is estimated that more than 12 million Britons attended more than 85,000 meals, more than 16,000 street parties, three thousand knights beacons and countless tributes in honor of Elizabeth II, unlike any of her successors.
Charles and Camilla represented the Queen again at the big luncheon at the Oval Cricket Stadium on Sunday, where they broke the big jubilee cake. The 73-year-old heir and future “queen wife” has taken charge these days with full naturalness, with the British taking on their new star role.
“Long live the co-monarchy!” The four days of festivities seem to have been the unwritten slogan, which began with the Queen’s appearance on the Buckingham balcony, followed by her infamous absence from Thanksgiving celebrations. Paul’s Cathedral, where Prince Charles once again officially represented his mother, as he did at the State Opening of Parliament.
“Your Majesty, Mother…”
“Your Majesty, Mother…” Carlos connected emotionally with his compatriots like never before. With tears in her eyes, the future “queen consort”, the heir to the Crown, paid Very personal tribute to my mother In the final act of the concert in Buckingham: “You laughed and cried with us and most importantly you were always there for us for 70 years. You promised to serve all your life and you continue to do so So were here.”
In a spontaneous gesture, Carlos invited the over 22,000 spectators to give a spontaneous and collective “thank you” to the Queen: “And although my mother is not with us, she is watching us at Windsor Castle, which is just twenty miles away.” So if we shout louder, he will surely hear us.”
Elizabeth II, in a pre-recorded video that had the same surprising effect as James Bond’s legendary visit during the 2012 Olympic Games, opened the concert from afar with the help of the very humble and clumsy Paddington, ending with a spoon. and setting the rhythm of “We’ll Shake You Up” with the cup (in anticipation of the resurrection of Brian May and the Queen).
Prince William also took the option in concert, Taking the environmental stick from his father And affirming the natural transfer of power between the heirs: “My grandmother has lived for almost a century and has seen unimaginable innovations in science and technology. And yet it is more urgent than ever to protect our planet As Queen, I am optimistic and hopeful to see environmental issues at the top of the global agenda, with more and more businesses and politicians answering the calls. And by a wonderful and united generation of youth around the world operated.”
Platinum Jubilee confirms the rise of impeccable Kate and burst onto the scene Louis, the wayward four-year-old sonwho took center stage at the opening with their gestures, their faces and their “screams” in the form of “red arrows” (unlike the formal George and Charlotte).
Applause as Harry and Meghan arrive at St Paul’s Cathedral reconciliation is possible However it will take some time. Second in line, the Sussexes have had the opportunity to at least have a good time with the Queen and introduce their great-granddaughter and namesake Lilibet, who is just one year old.
The royal family has done a lot to present an image stability and relative unity Despite the unrest of these past two years (Prince Andrew’s absence at all acts to test positive for Covid also helped avoid friction). And the British have responded with celebrations of all colours, including the ceremony on St Mark’s Road in Bristol, the most multi-ethnic ceremony in the country.
Potato omelets with Indian samosas, Italian focaccia and egg sandwiches went hand-in-hand with the main course of a mural painted by, among others, Catalan Marc Guitart at a street party in an old London stable. Their 15-year-old son, Pau Guitart, is a symbol of integration into the “melting pot” of British society: the “Lexham Mews, where we all fit”.
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