The Queen is expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Thursday, the first time a military parade has been celebrated in London since the pandemic.
Thousands are expected to gather in shopping centres to see the royal family as a weekend event in honour of Her Majesty the Queen
start. Platinum Jubilee
Let’s review some of them below
The most famous balcony moment. queen picture:
1927: One-year-old Princess Elizabeth on the balcony of Buckingham Palace picture:
1937: Princess Elizabeth (centre) after the coronation of King George VI following the abdication of his brother Edward VIII picture:
1953: The Queen waves to supporters after her coronation at Westminster Abbey picture:
1957: LR: The Queen Mother, Duchess of Kent, Queen, Princess Anne, Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Royal, Princess Margaret, Duke of Gloucester, Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles picture:
1971: Earl of St Andrews, Lady Helen Windsor, Princess Anne, Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, Queen Mother, Prince Edward, Queen and Duke of Edinburgh picture:
1964: The Queen holds her 12-week-old son, Prince Edward, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after a military parade. LR: The Queen Mother, The Queen, Prince Andrew and the Duke of Edinburgh 1977 – Jubilee
The Queen has passed three major jubilees. The first was her 1977 Silver Jubilee, marking 25 years of her reign.
It is celebrated with massive street parties and parades across the country.
1977: Earl Mountbatten joins the Queen and Prince Philip after the Jubilee Parade
An estimated one million people lined the procession route to St Paul’s Cathedral, where members of the royal family attended Thanksgiving.
1985: Prince Charles holds baby Harry with Princess Diana, Princess Anne and Prince Edward picture:
1992: Four generations of royals, LR: The Queen, Prince of Wales, Queen Mother, Princess of Wales and Lady Gabriella Windsor, daughter of the Prince of Kent picture:
2000: The Queen waves for a military parade from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. LR: Countess of Wessex, Queen Mother, Earl of Wessex, Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Margaret and Prince of Wales 2002 – Golden Jubilee
In 2002, the Queen celebrated her 50th year on the throne, a year that began with personal tragedy
After her sisters Princess Margaret and the Queen Mother died in February and March respectively. picture:
2002: The Queen and her family watch the air show from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Golden Jubilee Gala
The celebration had a musical theme, with more than 200 towns and cities in the UK playing the Beatles song All You Need Is Love publicly.
The royals also attended the party at the Palace – headliners including Paul McCartney and Eric Clapton.
2012 – Diamond Jubilee
Ten years later, the Queen is celebrating 60 years on the throne.
She became the second British monarch to reach this milestone – Queen Victoria was the first in 1897.
2012: The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
More than 1,000 ships escort the Queen aboard a specially decorated Royal Barge down the Thames for the Thames Diamond Jubilee.
2016: A new generation joins the Queen with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children Princess Charlotte and Prince George picture:
2019: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex joins the Queen a year after marrying Prince Harry