Queen Elizabeth renounces Trooping the Color for the second time: the parade for her birthday will not be there
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Trooping The Color, the annual parade organized to mark Queen Elizabeth's birthday, has been canceled. To reveal it is Hello! according to which the Sovereign would have decided to postpone the celebrations until a later date. Until a few months ago The Queen seemed determined to give the English subjects a great parade with the whole Royal Family gathered together. Apparently this will not be the case: in fact, his plans have changed in the face of the advance of the pandemic and the vaccination campaign not yet completed.
On April 21, the Queen celebrates her birthday, but according to tradition her birthday is celebrated in June with one of the most anticipated events of the year, the Trooping The Color, in which the whole royal family participates. This year not only Kate Middleton and William were expected with their children George, Charlotte and Louis, but also Meghan Markle and Harry. In fact, the Sussexes should arrive in London on the occasion of the inauguration of the statue dedicated to Lady Diana on 1 July.
To cancel the plans of the Sovereign, however, the health emergency and the need to still respect the distancing rules took care of it. The parade will therefore not take place and it is not yet clear how the Queen's birthday will be celebrated. In 2020, she appeared alone in the courtyard of Windsor Castle to watch an abridged version of the parade. This year too, things could go like this, but alongside Elizabeth II there could be some members of the royal family, such as Prince Philip, who turns 100 on June 10, or Kate Middleton and William.
The Cambridge during the pandemic proved their ability to lead the royal family. The heir to the throne has taken over the reins of the Crown, especially now that the Royal Family has come under fire due to accusations of racism by Meghan Markle. "Everyone in the Palace is hurt and shocked," a source told People. The Queen's birthday, with or without a parade, could be the right occasion to put aside the grudges of the past and reach a reconciliation. On the other hand, numerous insiders have made it clear that the Sovereign is not angry, but only "sad" and that she hopes that the family's problems will be resolved very soon.
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