The Celebration to Mark Monarch’s 70 Years of the Throne: Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee – What Can You Expect?

Buckingham Palace announced Monday the plans for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which will be held in recognition of the monarch’s 70 years on the throne this June, BBC reported.

Next month marks 70 years since Queen Elizabeth took the throne. Similar to the 2012 Diamond Jubilee celebrations, which celebrated the longest-serving monarch in British history, celebrations will mark this milestone in the summer.

The palace announced four days full of fun, starting June 2 and ending June 5. The celebrations will be celebrated as a holiday throughout the kingdom. Banks and municipal buildings will be closed.

The celebrations will include street parties, a concert and performances by some of the most renowned musicians around the globe. “biggest entertainment stars”BBC reported that they gave the opportunity to see Queen Elizabeth’s homes.

The competition for inventing a new pudding will also take place. Finalists will be judged by a panel that will include Dame Mary Berry and “MasterChef” judge Monica Galetti, BBC reported. BBC reported that the winning recipe for pudding will be made available to the public and can be enjoyed at official lunches.

There will also be a parade and a service at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, according to NBC News.

Oliver Dowden, the Culture Minister, said that four days of celebrations will be held. “a celebration to remember,”According to NBC News.

Queen Elizabeth will be celebrating her first jubilee without her late husband, Prince Philip of Edinburgh, who died last year. The jubilee is also Queen Elizabeth’s first since the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I think during this forthcoming jubilee she will be less visible than she has been for all the previous jubilees because clearly account will be taken of her age and her health at the time things are happening,”Majesty magazine’s managing editor Joe Little told The Guardian.

In April, Queen Elizabeth turns 96.

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