Queen will not receive Trooping the Colour salute for first time

Queen will not receive the Trooping the Colour salute for first time in 70 years as she delegates responsibility to senior members of the Royal Family

The Queen will not take the royal salute at the Trooping the Colour next month for the first time in 70 jare, as she continues to delegate responsibility to senior members of The Firm. Her Majesty's birthday, on June 2nd, has historically seen the monarch's personal troops, the Household Division on Horse Guards Parade, with the Queen herself attending and taking the salute.

The Queen will not take the royal salute at the Trooping the Colour next month for the first time in 70 jare, as she continues to delegate responsibility to senior members of The Firm. Her Majesty’s birthday, on June 2nd, has historically seen the monarch’s personal troops, the Household Division on Horse Guards Parade, with the Queen herself attending and taking the salute.

Instead this year, die Prins van Wallis, the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal will ride on the parade as colonels of the Welsh Guards, the Irish Guards and the Blues and Royals. Volgens die Sunday Times , Her Majesty still hopes to attend some of the ceremony, which kicks off four days of celebration to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee .

Instead this year, die Prins van Wallis, the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal will ride on the parade as colonels of the Welsh Guards, the Irish Guards and the Blues and Royals. Volgens die Sunday Times , Her Majesty still hopes to attend some of the ceremony, which kicks off four days of celebration to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee .

The news comes as the 96-year-old monarch continues to entrust members of the Royal Family with increased responsibilities as she faces 'episodic mobility problems'. Vroeër vandeesmaand, Her Majesty missed the State Opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 jare, with Prince Charles and Prince William given power to jointly act at the event on the Queen's behalf.

The news comes as the 96-year-old monarch continues to entrust members of the Royal Family with increased responsibilities as she faces ‘episodic mobility problems’. Vroeër vandeesmaand, Her Majesty missed the State Opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 jare, with Prince Charles and Prince William given power to jointly act at the event on the Queen’s behalf.

She has though made three recent public outings this month, including attending the Windsor Horse Show, star-studded Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Windsor and the opening of the Elizabeth Tube line, appearing in good spirits at all of them.

She has though made three recent public outings this month, including attending the Windsor Horse Show, star-studded Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Windsor and the opening of the Elizabeth Tube line, appearing in good spirits at all of them.

Her Majesty has always been present at the Horse Guards Parade and has taken the royal salute at every Trooping the Colour ceremony during her reign.

Her Majesty has always been present at the Horse Guards Parade and has taken the royal salute at every Trooping the Colour ceremony during her reign.

Traditionally during the ceremony following the Horse Guards Parade, the Queen is greeted by a royal salute before carrying out an inspection of the troops. According to the publication, one option being considered by Palace officials is Her Majesty traveling by carriage from Buckingham Palace to briefly inspect troops before making an appearance on the balcony.

Traditionally during the ceremony following the Horse Guards Parade, the Queen is greeted by a royal salute before carrying out an inspection of the troops. According to the publication, one option being considered by Palace officials is Her Majesty traveling by carriage from Buckingham Palace to briefly inspect troops before making an appearance on the balcony.

Alternatiewelik, Her Majesty may only only appear on the balcony after the duration of the ceremony. Following Trooping the Colour, 18 family members will be on the balcony: Die koningin; Charles en Camilla; William and Kate with George, Charlotte en Louis; Edward and Sophie and their children Louise and James; Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence; die hertog en hertogin van Gloucester; die hertog van Kent en prinses Alexandra.

Alternatiewelik, Her Majesty may only only appear on the balcony after the duration of the ceremony. Following Trooping the Colour, 18 family members will be on the balcony: Die koningin; Charles en Camilla; William and Kate with George, Charlotte en Louis; Edward and Sophie and their children Louise and James; Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence; die hertog en hertogin van Gloucester; die hertog van Kent en prinses Alexandra.

Prins Harry en Meghan Markle, Prince Andrew and Prince Andrew's daughters, Beatrice en Eugenie, will not join the royal family there. Harry, Meghan and their children will attend the celebrations, but it is not known at which elements of the four-day Jubilee weekend they could make an appearance.

Prins Harry en Meghan Markle, Prince Andrew and Prince Andrew’s daughters, Beatrice en Eugenie, will not join the royal family there. Harry, Meghan and their children will attend the celebrations, but it is not known at which elements of the four-day Jubilee weekend they could make an appearance.

The balcony appearance, which is often seen as the centre-piece of major royal occasions, including Trooping the Colour and weddings, usually sees the Queen's extended family gather to watch a fly-past and is a rare chance for fans to see the entire extended family together.

The balcony appearance, which is often seen as the centre-piece of major royal occasions, including Trooping the Colour and weddings, usually sees the Queen’s extended family gather to watch a fly-past and is a rare chance for fans to see the entire extended family together.

In paring the list down to just 16 people to avoid potential diplomatic pitfalls, the Queen has been forced to omit a number of well-liked family members including her much-loved grandchildren and their families.

In paring the list down to just 16 people to avoid potential diplomatic pitfalls, the Queen has been forced to omit a number of well-liked family members including her much-loved grandchildren and their families.