Beatrice and Eugenie of York, on the arms of their husbands, cause a sensation despite the controversial absence of their father Andrew

Beatrice and Eugenie of York, on the arms of their husbands, cause a sensation despite the controversial absence of their father Andrew

Queen Elizabeth II is celebrated from Thursday 2 June until Sunday 5 June to mark her Platinum Jubilee. Also appropriate for Meghan Markle and Harry to return to England and thus introduce Lillibet Diana to Her Majesty. A first meeting that the 96-year-old King will never forget. But if she was able to cash in on her great-grandchildren, during Trooping the Color procession, and exchange a tender moment with Prince Louis while mischievous Princess Charlotte was on the parade, Elizabeth II would have had to skip it. On Friday, June 3, at Religious Service Celebrating 70 Years of Her Reign.

After feelingsome annoyanceOn this first day of Jubilee, her doctors advised the Queen, who has health concerns, to fend for herself. But we were able to naturally count on the presence of the couple from Cambridge who made quite a stir, Kate Middleton sublime in yellow but without children this time, But also a large number of royal family members such as Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice. The two sisters, daughters of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, arrived hand in hand with their husbands. Princess Eugenie of York, accompanied by her husband, Jack Brooksbank, caused quite a stir Orange crepe dress Designed by Emilia Wickstead. Lune made an impact when the mother of young Augustus arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral. As for his sister Beatrice YorkShe chose a blue dress. Besides her husband, Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi, she also seemed to be very smiling.

Prince Andrew is absent, perfect timing?

While their father, Prince Andrew, for some time was an outcast from Royal familyHe can’t take part in celebrations that have been positive for Covid-19, his two daughters predating the arrival of Meghan and Harry, very elegant, represent him at this big event for the crown. The absence of the Queen, the head of the Anglican Church and deeply religious, marks a new stage in the transfer of ceremonial functions of the Queen, who has promised to serve the British all her life, to her heir Charles, 73. The latter represented her again, after she replaced her last month for the throne speech at the opening of the parliamentary session. This day was above all the occasion of the public appearances of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the United Kingdom since Megxit. This religious service is one of the highlights of these four days of festivities. About 400 people are expected there.

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