The “Trooping the Color” parade marks the start of the multi-day celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II’s jubilee.

The multi-day celebrations for the throne jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (96) have started. The so-called “Trooping the Color” parade is the starting point for this. On this occasion, Duchess Camilla (74), Duchess Kate (40) and the children Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) drive up together in a carriage. The royals are beaming and showing how much they are looking forward to the upcoming festival. Of course, the three mini royals are particularly adorable, waving affectionately to the many fans from the carriage. This was a first for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, as it was their first public appearance in a royal carriage.

This year Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 70th anniversary of the throne. On this occasion, the palace has now published a new portrait of the monarch. However, if you look closely, you can see a very special message there.

What an event! All around the globe this Thursday and all weekend, England will be looked at and the Queen celebrated. Various family gatherings create a hustle and bustle. We are excited and looking forward to the royal weekend.

London has Queen fever. For the 70th anniversary of the throne, there is traditionally a large military parade in the British capital. An incident occurred on Thursday shortly before the start: four men also threw themselves on the ground, and the police had to intervene.

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