Royal takes a break in Scotland

Royal takes a break in Scotland

Queen Elizabeth II wants to celebrate her birth anniversary in early June. The Queen is now retiring to her summer residence in Scotland for a week, to gather strength for the four-day celebration.

The celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee is fast approaching – the four-day festivities begin on June 2. Before that, however, the British monarch is taking a short break.

The Queen arrived at her summer residence at Balmoral Castle in Scotland last Thursday evening, British “Daily Mail” reports. She will spend a week there to relax and prepare for the anniversary weekend. The main multi-day celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee begins on June 2 with the Trooping the Color Parade.

Due to her limited mobility, the Queen has had to make do without a few appearances over the past few weeks. Earlier this month, Her Majesty missed the opening of parliament for the first time in 59 years, leaving Prince Charles and Prince William The Queen has been authorized to co-chair the program. However, the monarch has attended some public events this month, including the Windsor Horse Show, the Platinum Anniversary Celebrations in Windsor and the opening of the Elizabethan Tube Line.

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