Queen Elizabeth stands on the balcony during the Platinum Pageant to mark the end of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebration in London, England, June 5, 2022. Chris Jackson / REUTERS via pool
London -Queen Elizabeth said on Sunday that she was “humility and deeply moved” by the many who came out to celebrate Platinum Jubilee at the end of the four-day festival to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the succession to the British throne.
Tens of thousands of people attended street parties, cheered at parades in central London, and millions watched live pop concerts outside Buckingham Palace.
In her message to the people, she thanked the people for their wishes and the role they played.
“There is no guidebook to follow on how to mark 70 years as your queen. It’s really the first time, but I’m humble and deeply moved and many people are on the street to celebrate my Platinum Jubilee. He took me, “She said in a statement.
The Queen herself was forced to miss many major events due to mobility issues, but could appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to wave to the cheering crowd at the finale of the Sunday celebration. I was able to do it.
“I may not have attended all the events directly, but my heart was with all of you, and I am supported by my family and to the best of my ability. I will continue to promise to serve you, “she said.
“I was inspired by the kindness, joy, and kinship that has recently become apparent. I hope this new sense of unity will be felt over the years to come.”