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The Diamond Jubilee is another word for 60 years since Queen Elizabeth II became queen. Technically, began on 6 February 2012, 60 years since her father died in 1952, and she succeeded him as king at the age of 25, but the main event begins on Saturday. Queen Elizabeth II is only the second British monarch to 60 years to reach the thrown. If you know little about Queen Elizabeth, you would probably recognize them in colorful costumes and big hats visiting spectators at the age of 86. She is not slow for the next weekend headquarters that the celebrations in Britain and the Commonwealth for the 60-year reign of the Queen, from Saturday, 2nd June to Tuesday, June 5 cover. You might even consider throwing a diamond jubilee celebration, complete with corgis, favors, and tea.
Weekend highlights include:
Saturday, June 2 ::
The queen goes to Epsom Derby, thirteen-to-seventeen.
- Afternoon back in Epsom: 17C, clear, south-easterly wind
Sunday, June 3 ::
The procession on the Grand River Thames, with the fleet of the way between the 2 – 17:30 clock.
- Afternoon back to central London: 11C, heavy to light rain, northeast wind
Monday, June 4 ::
Buckingham Palace Garden Party with fifteen years, a pop concert at 19:30 clock and more than 2,000 beacons to relieve the country 22nd
- Afternoon back to central London: 12C, light rain, easterly winds. Evening, mostly cloudy.
Tuesday, June 5 ::
St. Paul’s Cathedral service and procession in the morning, and flying over Buckingham Palace balcony at 15:30 clock.
- The weather in central London: 16C, sunshine and showers
To reach a milestone no frost danger for future generations – The four days of pomp, pageantry and festivities will pay tribute to 60 years of the Queen to the throne.