Elizabeth II celebrates the first Platinum Jubilee in the history of the British monarchy

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Millions of people in the UK and around the world take to the streets during these hours to mark the first Platinum Jubilee in the history of the British monarchy – the 70th anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

Dozens of people spent the night in tents wrapped in British flags on the Mall leading to the Royal Palace, to be the first to be in the middle of the action.

“I continue to be inspired by the goodwill shown to me and hope that in the coming days, we will all be able to appreciate the achievements of the past 70 years, while looking to the future with confidence and enthusiasm,” the Queen said the day before in her message to the people on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee.

In honor of the holiday, a long weekend has been announced throughout the country, starting from Thursday until the end of the week, which will be marked by celebrations and mass celebrations.

armies, essentially the Queen's personal guard, march from Buckingham Palace to Whitehall and back. This year, the honor of carrying the colors is entrusted to the first battalion of the Irish Guards.In total, about 1,500 soldiers and officers, as well as 350 horses, took part in the ceremony, which began at 10 am. including combat vehicles – fighters and bombers that took part in the Battle of Britain during the Second World War. The aircraft will gather in the sky over the North Sea and head for the capital, where they will fly over Buckingham Palace.

Also, Queen Elizabeth continues to accept gifts on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee. And, of course, since everyone knows about Her Majesty's passion for horses and racing, these animals are one of the most popular gifts, writes the Daily Mail.

French President Emmanuel Macron has already sent his present to the Queen &ndash ; “obedient” cavalry horse named Fabulous, which means “Amazing” in translation. It has already crossed the English Channel and is expected to be handed over to the Royal Cavalry Regiment today.

The prized animal has made frequent public appearances, and last accompanied Macron during VE Day celebrations in Paris on May 8. The seven-year-old a gray thoroughbred gelding whose French name is “Fabule de Mocourt” will be handed over to the Queen during an official ceremony at Windsor Castle. Also, complete with "Amazing" an expensive saddle and a saber of the Republican Guard are coming.

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