Last few images of Queen Elizabeth II’s diamond jubilee celebration which ended yesterday


Here below are some additional lovely images of Queen Elizabeth II and the British royal family on the last day of the queen’s diamond jubilee celebration yesterday. Four days of continuous celebration all over the country of Great Britain ended with a very festive outcome and the queen herself expressed gratitude and happiness over what has been done and organized specially to mark her 60th anniversary to the throne. This diamond jubilee must have been a very memorable occasion for her.

The last image above shows the fly-past over Queen Victoria’s Memorial to mark the end of the diamond jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth II yesterday. It is a very symbolic tradition and ceremony famous in Great Britain after the thanksgiving service. It’s something similar to what we have seen last year from her eldest grandson, Prince William’s marriage with Catherine. Queen Elizabeth II then waved to the crowd accumulated in front of the Buckingham Palace, her official residence from the famous balcony before returning to her palace. That’s the end of this wonderful celebration. What’s next? Platinum jubilee celebration for her on the next ten years. If it truly happens in 2022, then she would be the first British monarch to have celebrate 70th anniversary to the throne, which is definitely an impressive record even in worldwide.

(Images from this post are from The Star Online)

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