Queen bans 34 family members from balcony

Elizabeth II is serious: Neither her grandson Harry and his wife Meghan nor their son Andrew will follow the “Trooping the Colors” parade from the royal balcony. The Queen also uninvited other popular royals.

In a few days, the four-day celebrations for Queen Elizabeth‘s 70th throne jubilee will start. In this context, the annual birthday parade “Trooping the Colors” will take place again on June 2nd. Traditionally, the Queen attends the spectacle with her family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

“After careful consideration, the Queen has decided that this year’s traditional balcony appearance on Thursday 2 June will be restricted to Her Majesty and those members of the Royal Family who are currently performing official public duties on the Queen’s behalf,” the palace said . This means that not only Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan and the disgraced Prince Andrew will watch the parade from elsewhere, but also other royals.

Two popular royal ladies are missing

As “Daily Mail” summarizes, there are around 34 family members who are invited from the balcony with the palace’s official statement. These include Prince Michael of Kent, a cousin of the Queen, and his family, and the Queen’s grandson Peter Philips, also including his family.

The fact that Prince Andrew will not appear up there means that his daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, will also not have a seat on the balcony and two popular members of the royal family will therefore not be there.

According to the British medium, 16 people will be seen next to the Queen, including heir to the throne Prince Charles, his son Prince William and his wife Duchess Kate. Only the big question remains: will the head of the family be present? Her attendance is still unclear after media reports that she would be represented for the festivities.

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