On Sunday, several details related to Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebration were revealed, RT cited CNN.
According to the reports, several artists from different countries such as France, Norway, Switzerland, Canada, and artists from India, and the Caribbean Sea.
Moreover, various artists from several Arab countries will partake at the event, especially from Oman, and Bahrain.
The celebrations will also include a four-day horse riding competition at Windsor Castle as the 95-year-old monarch is a horse lover. The competition will start on May 12 2022.
Furthermore, more than 1000 performers and musicians from the UK army will share the stage together for a 90-minute show daily, alongside a theatrical performance inspired by the Elizabeth I era will be staged as a celebration of the second Elizabethan era in history.
According to the official Royal Family website, the schedule of the celebration will include a Birthday Parade with the participation of 1400 soldiers, and senior members of the Royal Family, a concert at Buckingham Palace, street arts activities, and a Thanksgiving ceremony.
Queen Elizabeth II is still the most popular royalty in the whole UK according to a survey conducted by YouGov early this month.
The survey highlighted that the fame of the 95-year-old monarchy is 98%, while her popularity reached 76%. The popularity of the Queen saw a slight rise after Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle exit from the public Royal services, and the death of her husband Prince Philip.
On the other hand, the Cambridges are still the most popular Royal couple in the UK. Prince William came in second place after the Queen by 76%, while his wife Kate came third by 64%.
Regarding the crown’s heir, Prince of Wales Charles, he came in seventh place on the list with 45%, while his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwell got only 36% which put her tenth on the list.
In the same context, the less popular figures are Prince Andrew of York who came in final place after some sexual harassment accusations by 10%, while the Sussexes came before Prince Andrew by 31% for Prince Harry, and 32% for Meghan Markle.