This Trooping the Color Celebration is not the wish of the royal audience, but Queen Elizabeth II Didn’t mind as she celebrated her 94th birthday with a unique (and socially distorted!) Ceremony.
In March, it was announced that the annual parade, which marked Her Majesty’s celebration in June and dozens of priceless U.K. Moments of the royal family drag on, due to the coronavirus virus will not advance in its “traditional form”.
Instead, a very small gathering took place on the grounds of Windsor Castle on Saturday to honor Queen Elizabeth.
Members of the Welsh First Battalion stood six feet away, as they awoke the emperor with a royal salute from a safe distance. Queen Elizabeth was given farewell by two officers as she praised the ceremony by sitting under a canopy on the quadrangle of Windsor Castle.