Today, Queen Elizabeth II had her nineteenth birthday, but how did the royal family celebrate in England? While the day is a troubling time after the tragic death of the then ninety-year-old Prince Philip, many are probably wondering how the Royal Family found a way to spend the big day remembering the life of the Queen. Husband for over seven decades.
on Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth II took the time to thank the public for all her support and the rest of the Royal family in England has received so far since the demise of Prince Philip. “Elizabeth R.”, “R.” Stands for Regina, which means “queen” in Latin, she wrote: “My family and I would like to thank all of you for the support and kindness shown to us in recent times”.
It was her first comment to the public since her late husband’s funeral, and the Queen said that the royal family in England was in a “period of great sorrow”, comfortable to receive all the tribute Britain had. The Commonwealth and the rest of the world gave in honor of Prince Philip.
“We are deeply touched, and continue to be reminded that Philip made such an extraordinary impact on countless people throughout his life”, Queen Elizabeth II said. Unfortunately, her birthday today came four days after the funeral of her late husband, whom she regarded as the queen and her “strength and stay” during their seventy-three-year marriage.
How will he celebrate?
The royal family in England seems to have celebrated this day very calmly, as they continue to observe a period of two weeks of mourning. It is a birthday celebration unlike any other, which is incredibly different from the usual spectacles shared for people, a gun salute or a festive photoshoot.
The Royal Family has already confirmed that the Queen, born on April 21, 1926, was spending her big days at Windsor Castle, England, where she accompanied a small staff after the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic. Was mainly separating herself from. . However, she publicly expressed some gratitude for all the birthday messages she received.
Queen Elizabeth II expressed in her statement: “Today on the occasion of my 95th birthday I received many messages of best wishes, which I greatly appreciate”. Rebecca English, but the Royal Editor daily Mail It also confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II is being visited by members of her family and will celebrate her dogs privately by walking.
A big celebration
Technically, Queen Elizabeth II has two birthdays, one is her real birthday today, which is celebrated privately, and the other is usually held in June called “Trooping the Color”. It is a public event that holds a military parade and several royals gather on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch flypast by the Royal Air Force.
While the incident typically gathers huge crowds from all over England, the COVID-19 epidemic has made it particularly difficult for the event to continue. Instead, plans are currently being replicated for a much less significant event taking place at the quadrangle at Windsor Castle. Last year, the event was held at the palace, streamed on the BBC, and was dubbed “Mini Trooping”.
During this special day, Prime Minister Boris Johnson also expressed “heartfelt greetings” to Queen Elizabeth II, claiming that she was proud to serve as her Prime Minister. London Mayor Sadiq Khan also wrote on the Commonwealth’s Twitter account, “We honor his decades of service dedicated to our worldwide family, and offer our heartfelt condolences during this difficult time”.