The 32-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, duchess of yorkwho lives in Windsor, shared a video posted by the Royal Family on their official Instagram page this morning on the first day of the four-day Platinum Jubilee weekend.
“Good morning dear supporters on this momentous first morning of the Jubilee weekend,” he wrote.
‘What are you all doing to celebrate?
‘Send me your photos or videos and I’ll post some of it so we can all come together to honor HM the Queen’s life of service.’
Princess Eugenie kicked off the tributes to the Queen by asking her followers to share photos and videos of the celebrations to join in and pay tribute to Her Majesty’s life of service.
Beneath the message, shared on her story, was a video posted on the Royal Family page marking the monarch’s life of service, including a sweet montage of photos of Her Majesty’s life from when she was a child to the present day. .
“On the first day of the Platinum Jubilee weekend and the anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation, we remember Her Majesty’s life of service from her time as a young Princess supporting the war effort to her extraordinary commitment to her role as Monarch”.
While Eugenie is not a working royal, she has expressed her support for her grandmother ahead of the historic weekend.
Princess Eugenie is expected to get out of the house she shares with her husband more jack brooks bank and his son August this weekend as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle They are planning to go back to Frogmore Cottage.
The 32-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, who lives in Windsor, shared a video posted by the royal family on her official Instagram page this morning on the first day of the four-day weekend for Platinum. Anniversary.
In February that the duke of sussex had renewed the lease on the cottage, despite living in a sprawling £11m mansion in Los Angeles. It is currently leased to Eugenie.
Yesterday he paid an emotional personal tribute to his ‘grandmother’ the Queen.
Writing in The Spectator magazine, she said she hoped her one-year-old son, August, would grow up to have the Queen’s “patience, calm and kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.” .
She described the nation’s longest-reigning monarch as someone who has transcended time and been “a constant rock to so many.”
Reflecting on her ‘special little family’ with the arrival of August, who was born in February last year, Eugenie said: ‘I think of my grandmother and what she has represented, to so many people and to our family over these 70 years.
“I would love for Augie to have his patience, his calm and his kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.”
Eugenie said she hopes August, her son with husband Jack Brooksbank, will inherit the queen’s patience and kindness.
In the piece titled ‘My Pride in Grannie’, the princess said: ‘Seventy years is really something, isn’t it?
“The Jubilee stands as testimony to a woman who has transcended time and been that constant rock for so many when the world can feel so fragile.”
Of the Queen’s televised “We Meet Again” speech during the pandemic lockdown, Eugenie said the message connected the nation with the belief that all would be well again.
He recalled seeing the Queen and her ‘grandfather’, the Duke of Edinburgh, standing, waving and smiling for eight hours in the rain during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012, ‘keeping the family and the nation moving forward’ as they had done for decades.
Princess Eugenie has paid a moving personal tribute to her ‘grandmother’ the Queen in an article for The Spectator. Photographed together in a rare joint engagement at the Royal Maundy Service in April 2019
The Queen is the first British monarch in history to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee.
Millions of people across the country are preparing to take to the streets for national festivities and commemorations held in their honor during the special extended bank holiday weekend.
The Queen, who at the age of 96 has mobility problems, returned home to Windsor Castle with her dogs on Tuesday after a pre-jubilee break at Balmoral as she prepares for four days of festivities.
His flight back to London was forced to abort a landing when his 13-seater plane got caught in a thunderstorm.
The commemorations begin with the traditional Trooping the Color military show on Thursday, in which more than 1,500 officers and men and 350 horses from the Home Division take part.
But the Queen’s attendance will likely only be confirmed this morning, and royal fans are hoping to see her appear on the balcony with her family for a special flight, and possibly even check out the troops.
At night, more than 3,000 lighthouses across the UK and Commonwealth will be lit in tribute to the Queen, with the main Tree of Trees lighthouse lit up outside the Palace.
There will be no ceremonial journey to the thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral for the Queen on Friday June 3, and the monarch, if she attends, will use a different entrance rather than climb the steep steps.
And the Queen’s planned visit to Epsom for Saturday’s Derby is cancelled, with members of the royal family attending on her behalf.
Saturday is also the first birthday of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s daughter Lilibet, amid speculation the queen will meet her namesake for the first time and possibly attend her christening when Harry and Meghan fly back for the Jubilee.
In the evening, the BBC Palace Party, set on three stages opposite Buckingham Palace, will entertain a live crowd of 22,000 and a television audience of millions.
The lineup includes Diana Ross, Queen + Adam Lambert, Alicia Keys, Nile Rodgers, Andrea Bocelli, Duran Duran, Bond composer Hans Zimmer, Ella Eyre, Craig David, Mabel, Elbow and George Ezra.
Carlos and Guillermo prepare to pay public tributes at the concert to the Queen, which will be seen on television from Windsor.
On Sunday, millions will gather for patriotic street parties, picnics and barbecues, with more than 85,000 Big Jubilee Lunches across the UK.
The finale is the Jubilee Pageant through the streets of London, with a cast of 6,000 performers and nearly 200 celebrities joining the carnival procession.
The monarch is expected to make one last appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to round off the weekend and watch Ed Sheeran sing the national anthem with a choir made up of Britain’s ‘national treasures’.