Her Majesty, The Queen of England celebrated her Platinum Jubilee this past weekend. She become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service. Platinum Jubilee Central Weekend took place from 2nd to 5th June and Her Majesty attended most of the events.
Please take a look at some of our favorite moments
Her Majesty, The Queen Elizabeth II
Hat. Check. Coat. Check. Pearls. Check. Gloves. Check. Her Majesty wears a pale, dove-blue Charmelaine wool dress, hat with a pearls and diamanté trim and a matching jacket. The whole outfit is tied together with her grandmother’s- Queen Mary’s diamond Brigade of Guards Brooch, which is worn every year June for Trooping the Colour!
Platinum Jubilee Portrait
The official Platinum Jubilee portrait of Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle was taken by photographer Mr Ranald Mackechnie.
The Cambridges at Trooping the Colour
The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in a recycled, white Alexander McQueen blazer dress and a navy fascinator by Philip Treacy while attending the Trooping the Colour parade. She paired the elegant number with Princess Diana’s sapphire and diamond drop earrings.
Her Majesty, The Queen
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince Of Wales
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louie Share a cute moment
Joan Collins and her husband Percy Gibson
Do celebrations continue?
The celebrations will continue. In July there will be three special displays commemorating the most significant moments of The Queen’s reign. From her accession and coronation to her previous jubilees, all these historic moments will be highlighted. So far we know that at Windsor Castle, visitors will be able to see Her Majesty’s coronation dress and robe of estate worn in Westminster Abbey in 1953. In addition to that, at The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s outfits from the Silver, Golden and Diamond Jubilees will also be on display.
Is Her Majesty the longest-reigning monarch in history?
Not quite. Johann II of Liechtenstein and Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand both ruled for over 70 years. France’s Louis XIV sat on the throne for more than 72 years. The Queen could, however, surpass the record in 2024 – and that would be another AMAZING milestone worth celebrating.
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