Harry, Meghan and Andrew will not appear on the Buckingham balcony at the Jubilee

“TAfter careful consideration, the Queen has decided that the traditional balcony appearance (…) on Thursday 2 June will be limited this year to Her Majesty and members of the Royal Family who are carrying out official public engagements on behalf of the Queen. Queen“, announced on Friday a spokesman for the British royal house.

From June 2 to 5, the United Kingdom will celebrate four days of great festivities on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee marking seven decades of Isabel II on the throne, a record for a British monarch.

They will start with the traditional Trooping the Colour or “Banner Parade”, which usually commemorates the queen’s birthday annually, although it was canceled in 2021 and 2020 due to the pandemic.

Trooping the Colour ceremony, London, UK - 09 Jun 2018
Only active members of the royal family will be on the palace balcony.

The British press, very fond of crises in the royal family, hoped that Harry y Meghanwho went to live in California -where the former American actress is from- after leaving the monarchy in 2020, were with her grandmother on the balcony.

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And also appear prince andrewthird son of the queen and considered her “favourite”, removed from public life due to her relationship with the late pederast Jeffrey Epstein and for having been sued for sexual abuse last year, an issue that was closed via a monetary settlement.

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