Platinum anniversary of the Queen: They are not allowed on the balcony: This is how Harry and Meghan follow the “Trooping the Color” parade


    Harry and Meghan have arrived in London with their children. There, the four-day celebrations of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee begin. The couple’s first date is the Trooping the Color parade.

    Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have arrived in London to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The couple landed at a London airport with their two children Archie and Lilibet, who celebrates her first birthday on Saturday, with a private jet and a small team of employees on board, as reported by the US portal “Page Six”. The Queen therefore sent a car and security to pick up her grandson and his family. Now the first date that the couple will attend has been set.

    As a spokesman for the US magazine “People” confirmed, the Sussexes will take part in the “Trooping the Color” military parade this Thursday, which heralds the celebrations for the throne jubilee. They will follow the action from the Major General’s Office, an office in Buckingham Palace overlooking the parade ground and parade grounds. There they should meet other grandchildren of the Queen, such as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

    Harry and Meghan: No appearance on the balcony

    It had previously been announced that Harry and Meghan would not be on the palace balcony. Only family members with official duties and their children should attend the spectacle on the balcony. They had resigned as senior royals more than two years ago and moved to California. The pair will be staying at their home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage, during their stay in the UK.

    This year “Trooping the Color” not only celebrates the birthday, but also the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s throne. Nevertheless, the monarch will not accept the salute for the first time. Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne will represent her at the parade as Colonels in the Welsh Guards, Irish Guards and Blues and Royals.