Queen Elizabeth II's private jet was incapable to land in London due to a thunderstorm
The celebration of the platinum jubilee of Elizabeth II will officially begin in the UK. Shortly before this event, Her Majesty went on vacation. Apparently, she wanted to slightly improve her health before a series of ceremonial events at which she would have to appear. And on May 31, the Queen was supposed to return to London.
True, due to bad weather and thunderstorms, the private plane of Elizabeth II was forced to circle over the capital of Great Britain for 15 minutes. At first, the pilot tried to land in northwest London. However, in the end, he raised the aircraft back and began to circle over the city.
At one point, the pilot still managed to land. Naturally, the journalists who paid attention to the flight schedule, at first, we're afraid for the health of the Queen. But representatives of Buckingham Palace have already reported that Her Majesty's safety is not in danger. By the way, the celebration of the platinum anniversary of Elizabeth II starts on Thursday with the Trooping the Color parade. On Friday, service will follow, and on Saturday, Her Majesty will finally meet her great-granddaughter, who was named after her. At least, British journalists insist on it.
Surprisingly, the Queen could meet her granddaughter Lilbitt for the first time on Saturday - when she turned one year old - as Harry and Meghan traveled from California to London to attend the four-day event. However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, along with Prince Andrew, will not be seen on the royal balcony as the Queen prepares to delight royal fans by attending Trooping the Color.
Instead, he will have three other children with him, including his eldest son, Prince Charles, and his wife, Camilla, as well as grandson Prince William and his wife Kate, their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Included.