Queen Elizabeth II cuts a special cake on the eve of Platinum Jubilee celebration

The official account of the royal family of the United Kingdom recently shared a video of the Queen cutting a special cake on account of the Platinum Jubilee celebration of the Queen’s reign. This marks 70 years of her reign. It was captioned, “The Queen cut a special cake, baked by a local resident, and was given a posy containing flowers featured in her 1953 Coronation bouquet.”

In this recent video, she cuts a cake on this occasion during her meet with the members of the Sandringham community on the eve of her Platinum Jubilee. She also hosted a reception for pensioners, volunteer groups and several others on the eve of Accession Day.

 

On this occasion, a British- Israeli composer Loretta Kay Field releases a soliloquy.

Queen Elizabeth started her reign on the date of his father, King George VI’s death. She took over the throne on February 6, 1952. Hence, the Queen will not celebrate her Platinum Jubilee celebration on February 6, 2022. Instead, the occasion will be observed after four months, on June 3, 2022.

 

 

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