Queen Elizabeth’s celebration of her 70th birthday on the throne will feature a centerpiece resembling a giant dragon the size of a London bus.
The Platinum Jubilee Pageant is scheduled for Sunday, June 5, 2022, which will be the last day of a four-day weekend of festivities marking the Queen’s seven decades of reign.
According to People magazine, the event is described as a circus atmosphere.
The charade would feature some 5,000 people from the UK and the Commonwealth, including marching bands and local community groups, organizers of the event said at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London early Tuesday.
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A costume party of 250 animals will also be held during the jubilee and will serve as an interpretation of when Elizabeth took the helm – when she was in Kenya with her late husband Prince Philip, whose wit and marriage of 73 years with Elizabeth will also be reflected.
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The one-day celebration “will see the Platinum Jubilee as an opportunity for the country to emerge re-energized and renewed” from the coronavirus pandemic and political upheaval brought about by the UK’s exit from the European Union, Nicholas Coleridge, co-chair of the contest said the committee.
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The “great national event” will commemorate the “unifying global force that is Her Majesty the Queen”, he added.
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