Queen Elizabeth II may not make an appearance on Buckingham Palace’s balcony during the celebrations of her Platinum Jubilee next month, Royal insiders cited by local reports on Sunday.
The reasons are based on the latest health issues of the Queen since the beginning of 2022 as she had some issues in her knee, and back, and contracted COVID-19.
Royal sources told The Mirror: “It could still happen but it is by no means guaranteed that we will see the Queen on the balcony during the Jubilee,” adding that the Royal staff members are working on adjusting more “plan B” ways for the Queen’s appearance as she appeared in the balcony of the Buckingham Palace at the end of every jubilee.
Last January, Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations nationwide program was released on Monday. The 95-year-old monarch will become the first ruler of the British kingdom to reach a Platinum record’s milestone by 6th February.
Inherited the throne on 6th February 1952 and officially crowned on 2nd June 1953, her Majesty was named the longest-reigning ruler in history, breaking the number held by her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, in 2007.
Regarding the program of celebrations, it included a budding day for the Queen, the Royal Family’s official account on Twitter announced: ” Giving an opportunity for people and communities to come together to mark this historic milestone, there will be an extended Bank Holiday weekend from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June.”
The upcoming event will be a colorful troop by the Irish Guards on 2nd Une, ” Over 1,500 towns and cities across the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and UK Overseas Territories will come together to light a beacon to mark the Platinum Jubilee, with the principal beacon being lit in a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace,” the statement added.
On 3rd June, there will be Thanksgiving services by her Majesty at St. Paulus’ Cathedral.
A huge entertaining concert that would feature the top world’s stars will be held on 4th June.
During the celebrations, people will be welcomed to share happiness by backing pudding in the honor of the Queen, or by planting trees.