Queen Elizabeth II.
She is traveling to Sandringham ahead of the 70th throne jubilee
Queen Elizabeth II has left Windsor Castle and flown to Sandringham. There she is to spend her 70th anniversary of the throne.
Queen Elizabeth II (95) has been on the throne since February 6, 1952. She is to spend her 70th jubilee on the throne at her estate in Sandringham. According to the US magazine “People”, the monarch left Windsor Castle in a helicopter this Sunday (January 23). The anniversary will be the first that Elizabeth II will celebrate without her husband Prince Philip (1921-2021). She also usually spends the day in quiet remembrance, as it is also the anniversary of her father George VI’s death. (1895-1952) is. The Queen automatically became Queen upon his death and was crowned on June 2, 1953.
The Queen normally travels to Sandringham at the end of December. However, the Queen celebrated Christmas in Windsor with Prince Charles (73) and his wife Duchess Camilla (74). As a precaution, her traditional trip to the county of Norfolk was canceled due to the corona pandemic.
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations are set to take place in June. Plans include street parties and a concert featuring some of the world’s “biggest entertainment stars”. In addition, Royal fans should be given the opportunity to see the Queen’s estate up close. The high point of the festivities will be the days from June 2nd to 5th.
It is apparently not yet certain which events of her platinum anniversary the Queen will personally participate in. On the advice of her medical team, the 95-year-old withdrew from the public for several weeks last fall.