British Queen Elizabeth II is set to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of the British throne in mid-2022 next year.
The Royal Mint has announced that next year Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration will issue a 50 pence coin with the number 70 representing the years of the Queen’s reign in 2022.
The British newspaper The Express revealed that Queen Elizabeth recognized the design, and the Royal Mint struck coins in circulation throughout her reign for the Queen and celebrated royal symbols, including silver, gold and diamond ceremonies.
Claire McLennan, director of the Royal Mint Memorial Coinage Division, said: “The Royal Mint has a proud history of collecting coins for British monarchs, and the year 2022 will be one of the greatest platinum jubilee celebrations of his majesty.”
Her pale pink dress at Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee celebrations will be one of three exhibitions to commemorate her Platinum Jubilee next year, and the royal collection will be on display at Queen’s Coronation Anniversary at Castle Castle. Buckingham Palace and the Holyrood House Palace in 2022, according to the website of the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.
He revealed the details of the exhibition today after the Queen missed the memorial prayer at the memorial due to a sprain in her back.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the Queen’s reign in June 1977, items on display at the Jubilee Dress Show at Holy Road House include pink silk crepe and chiffon dress and poncho.
The collection was designed with hats fitted by Royal Fashion Designer Sir Hardy Ames and Milano Merman, and among the costumes to be displayed is the crown dress worn by the Queen at her coronation in 1953 and is scheduled to be on display at Windsor Castle.
The third exhibition will include historical photographs of the Queen, photographs taken for her 20 days after ascending the throne, photographs of the Queen by photographer Dorothy Wilding, portraits of the Queen in her youth, and millions of stamps. Published between 1953 and 1971, in addition to the official photograph sent to each British Embassy around the world.
Curator Caroline de Gutto said Wilding’s lighting and the Queen’s elegant evening dresses and glitter on a plain black or white background made her portraits unforgettable and echoed their historical significance as they depict the longest reign in British history.
Visitors can also take a closer look at the Queen’s personal jewelry collection that she wore to wilding sessions.
The crowned queen
The turban of the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland is on display as a wedding gift from her grandmother, Queen Mary, to Princess Elizabeth, who married the then Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.
The turban, also known as Grandma’s Tiara, is one of the Queen’s favorite and most beloved, and she often wears a glittering turban in a garland and wrapping design made of diamonds when she attends state banquets.
In a related context, the British newspaper The Express published details of the United Kingdom’s celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee and a spectacular line-up for the “Platinum Match” as part of a four-day public holiday from 2-5 June 2022. The “Platinum Match” will be held in the streets of London, where it will celebrate the Queen’s 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne, on a hefty 15 million budget.
Event organizers said it would show the unforgettable story of Queen Elizabeth’s reign since 1952, and the match will feature three acts and will take place on Sunday, June 5 with a first look at the troops and soldiers marching in front of the mall. Buckingham Palace.
More than 6,500 street performers are expected to take part in the street parade, which will take place under the Admiralty Arch, below the mall, across Buckingham Palace and Constitution Hill in Westminster.
Famous artists including Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Stevie Wonder will also be participating in the event.
Informed evidence confirms that Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and Duke of Sussex and Duchess Megan Markle were invited to join the Royal Family in London for Platinum in the summer of 2022 to expand the Olive Branch. Jubilee celebrations.
Queen Elizabeth, Megan Markle and Prince Harry
The Daily Mail reports that Harry and Megan plan to attend Trooping the Color, Queen Elizabeth’s official birthday parade, as part of a four – day jubilee celebration in June.
But there are questions about whether the couple will appear with the Queen and other senior royal families on the palace balcony to watch traditional RAF air shows.
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