The queen sent a car to pick up Harry and Meghan after the couple arrived by private jet for the Jubilee celebrations.

THE Queen gathered her family yesterday ahead of her Platinum Jubilee party, including sending her Range Rover to pick up exiled Harry and Meghan.

the sussexes They secretly arrived on a private jet and were greeted by three of the Queens protection officers, The Sun can reveal.

The Queen, 96, was photographed wearing an Angela Kelly coat and gown adorned with pearl and diamond embellishments to mark the Jubilee milestone.

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The Queen, 96, was photographed wearing an Angela Kelly coat and gown adorned with pearl and diamond embellishments to mark the Jubilee milestone.Credit: camera press
Her Majesty sent her own car to pick up Harry and Meghan from the airport.

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Her Majesty sent her own car to pick up Harry and Meghan from the airport.Credit: Pennsylvania
Bulletproof cars took the couple to Frogmore Cottage, Windsor

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Bulletproof cars took the couple to Frogmore Cottage, Windsor

Bulletproof cars took to them — more children Archie, three and Lilibetone on Saturday, from Farnborough Airport, Hants, to Frogmore Cottage, Windsor.

A source said: “The Queen believed it was the right thing to do.

Your Majesty, 96, will appear today in Buckingham palace balcony for him raf flight.

But she won’t be in the former tripping the color with Meghan and Harry, where Prince Charles will do the greeting.

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The Queen will return to Windsor Castle tonight where she will press the button to turn on the platinum jubilee beacons

Tick the milestoneThe Palace has published a new photo of Her Maja, 96, taken in her private apartments at Windsor Castle.

In the photo, she is wearing a dark dove blue Angela Kelly coat and dress adorned with pearl and rhinestone embellishments.

In a message shared on today’s official Platinum Jubilee programme, the Queen sent her thanks to the millions who throw street parties and hang bunting.

She said: “Thank you to everyone who has been involved in bringing communities, families, neighbors and friends together to mark my Platinum Jubilee, in the UK and across the Commonwealth.

“I know that many happy memories will be created on these festive occasions.

“I continue to be inspired by the goodwill you have shown me and I hope that the coming days will provide an opportunity to reflect on all that has been achieved over the past seventy years, as we look to the future with confidence and enthusiasm.”

The simple 85-word message will reverberate across the nation as soon after the death of prince philipthe Covid-19 epidemic and Royal family turbulence more than two years after meg output.

Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan landed in England at noon after a nonstop flight from Santa Barbara, California.

They have been given privileged seats to see Trooping the Colour. Police declined to confirm whether Archie and Lilibet will join them.

Palace officials confirmed that Harry and Meghan will align themselves with the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall.

They will join the party beatrice Y Eugenia Y Zara Tindall in the Major General’s Office overlooking Horseguards Parade.

But there’s no place for the disgraced Prince Andrew.

After his appearance in the palace balcony with working royalty like William, Kate Y CamilaThe Queen is expected to have a private lunch at Buckingham Palace with her family.

Later, Prince William will join his grandmother in a double illumination of the jubilee beacons – separated by 25 miles.

The Queen will symbolically touch the globe, causing the lights to chase each other across the Quadrangle towards the Round Tower of Windsor Castle.

JUBILEE BEACONS

It will lead to William lighting a beacon in the Queen’s Green Canopy Tree of Trees sculpture outside Buckingham Palace.

After a good break, the Queen is expected to join her family, including Andrew, Harry and Meghan, at San Pablo’s cathedral for a thanksgiving service in his honor tomorrow.

The ceremony will be followed by a reception in the Guildhall.

not expected to attend Saturday Epsom Derby after all his horses retired from the only major race in which he never had a winner.

But he has released the monarch’s diary to potentially join his great-granddaughter’s first birthday party. Lilibet.

The Queen never met the young man who was controversially named after her.

Harry and Meghan vowed to “follow the script” and said they planned no horseplay or private events that could be seen as an attempt to overshadow or hijack the celebrations.

tripping the color it will be the Sussexes’ first joint royal engagement in two years.

They have not been seen on duty together since they left the commonwealth day service in westminster abbey in March 2020 after signing their Megxit deal.

Exclusive photos from The Sun show a VW minivan and The Queen’s Royal Range Rover driving onto the tarmac at Farnborough Airport after the couple’s private Embraer plane landed after a ten-hour flight.

The family is believed to have gotten into the back of a darkened Volkswagen minivan.

They traveled without his vast entourage or senior staff from his Archewell charity.

camera crews Netflixwho is said to be filming the couple at his £11m home in Montecito, has also not travelled.

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the sussexes they were driven without police officers on the 40-minute route to Windsor, where they have extended their lease at Frogmore Cottage for another year.

Harry and Meghan visited Charles, Camila and the Queen, last month on a surprise stopover on the way to Invictus Games in the Netherlands.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at RAF Farnborough for the Queen's Jubilee

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at RAF Farnborough for the Queen’s Jubilee
The Sussexes were driven without police escorts on the 40-minute drive to Windsor.

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The Sussexes were driven without police escorts on the 40-minute drive to Windsor.Credit: The Mega Agency
The Queen sent her thanks to the millions who prepare street parties

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The Queen sent her thanks to the millions who prepare street parties

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