The dukes of sussex, Enrique Y Meganthey are this Thursday in the United Kingdom to participate in the festivities for the Platinum Jubilee -which commemorates 70 years of the throne of Elizabeth II-, but they will not be next to the monarch in the traditional greeting from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
The celebrations, which will continue until this Sundaystart this Thursday with the so-called ‘Trooping the Colour’, the parade of the British regiments that will take place at the headquarters of the cavalry guard -Horse Parade-, in central London.
This important parade, which stands out for the color of the royal guard -with their red suits and tall hats covered with bearskin-, will be attended by other members of the royal family, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as well as special guests.
According to local media, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who departed from the Royal House in 2020will follow this parade from a balcony on Horse Parade, but afterward they will not be on the balcony where the queen will greet the crowd outside the official residence of the royal family.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who reside in California (USA), have traveled to London with their two children, Archie and Lilibet.
Due to mobility problems, the sovereign, 96, will not be on the parade ground of Horse Paradeso the salute to the different regiments will be in charge of Prince Charles, heir to the British crown, on behalf of his mother.
On ‘The Mall’ avenue, which connects Buckingham Palace with the government area of Whitehall, numerous people, most of them carrying the “Union Jack” (British flag), as well as colored hats, have gathered to continue near the parade.
The streets and shops are decorated with flags of the country, and some shops have photographs of Elizabeth II and all kinds of paraphernalia about the jubilee.