Before the UK monarchy changes dramatically, Queens Jubilee is the last hurrah

Before the UK monarchy changes dramatically, Queens Jubilee is the last hurrah ...

According to a leading royal historian, queen Elizabeths Platinum Jubilee celebrations will take place next week.

If you think about it, this will be the last huge time to publicly commemorate the queen and thank her, according to Page Six. Hugo Vickers, who has written extensively on the family

This has been a remarkable golden age she has assumed leadership and things will change dramatically at a certain point, so I think these few days will be truly important. Everyone must come out and celebrate her.

The monarchs have been on the throne for 70 years since Thursday and last until Sunday, June 5.

Vickers said he expects the couple to not steal the queens thunder as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle anticipate to attend the celebrations with their two children, Archie, 3, and baby Lilibet.

I would like to hope that everything will be focused on her. The more distractions there are, the better, frankly.

Although it may appear the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are being slighted in the celebrations, they will not be publicly seen at many of its strictly royal activities.

The queen, as a mother and grandmother, has a sense of her family that is distinctly different from what she is told to do as the queen.

On Thursday, the famous military parade, Trooping The Colour, kicks off, hoping that the queen will join other working royals, so no Harry, Markle, or Prince Andrew will be put on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to take a historic photo.

On Friday, Harry and Markle will also attend a service of Thanksgiving for Her Majesty at St Pauls Cathedral.

Include Harrys father and the heir to the kingdom, Prince Charles, and his brother Prince William, who is next in line.

Palace assistants are currently working out the best way to ensure the queen can attend after confirming that she had experienced chronic mobility difficulties. She did not appear for the Chelsea Flower Show last Monday in a souped-up golf cart.

The queen will be unable to walk up the many steps at the cathedral''s main entrance, according to the Telegraph, and staff are also considering how she may if necessary enter through a side entrance without being photographed.

According to reports, the Epsom Derby will be on Saturday, which the racing-mad queen hopes to attend, followed by a Party at the Palace Saturday night, with performances from Diana Ross, Sir Elton John, Queen, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Her Majesty is not expected to attend.

Said Vickers: At the end of the pageant, I would love to see a photo with the queen, Charles, William, and George, so you may see the monarchy''s future.

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