No balcony but Harry and Meghan with children are

No balcony but Harry and Meghan (with children) are expected at St. Paul

by Enrica Roddolo

The Sussexes were due to perform at the Jubilee Fair in the City. No Trooping the Color for the Queen before her appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

Harry and Meghan, the Dukes of Sussex, banned from the balcony of Buckingham Palace, where only the working royals will appear, in short, the Windsors on active duty for the royal family? You will join the Queen at another major event in the history of royal jubilees across the Channel: the solemn Mass of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Rumor has it that the celebrations being prepared in London for the long Platinum Jubilee weekend from June 2nd to 5th mean that the couple will be present with their two children Archi (Archibald) and Lilibet Diana at another of the big events of will be the anniversary, June 3rd: Mass at St. Paul in the City of London, which will bring together the large Windsor family.

A church that commemorates Harry and William of the Sovereign’s previous anniversaries (the last being the Diamond in 2012 but also the Golden in 2002), particularly the July 1981 tales of Charles and Diana.

Queen? I’m going to St. Paul’s instead of the celebratory Gold State Coach. An absolute first to meet the Sovereign with mobility issues that will also prevent her from taking part in the Trooping the Color parade for the first time in 70 years of reign, but the most anticipated moment of the performance was on the Buckingham Palace balcony Approved.

Firstly, because from King George III to Queen Victoria and then to all of Elizabeth’s jubilees, St Paul’s has always been the site of the Queen’s great and inevitable thanksgiving for her reign. But the queen always came in a chariot. However, this time Elisabetta will arrive by car.

For if Queen Victoria did not climb the infinite staircase to the cathedral because she was too old for her last jubilee in 1897 and was waiting in a carriage in the churchyard, after driving to the cathedral by car Elizabeth would move into the basilica, renouncing the Great Paul , the largest bell in London.

May 22, 2022 (Modification May 22, 2022 | 17:20)