家庭事务! Throwback photo of the Queen with Princess Anne and Prince Charles during 1970 New Zealand tour is the latest snap in 70-day photo countdown to the Platinum Jubilee celebrations
A black and white 1970 photo of her Majesty and her late husband Prince Philip, 也 查尔斯王子 and Princess Anne in New Zealand, marks the latest in the series of images being shared to count down to the Platinum Jubilee.
每个 70 照片代表君主七年在位的一年.
图片的标题, which garnered more than 25,000 likes in an hour, 说: ‘The Queen is joined by The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales and The Princess Royal on the steps of the Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand following the State Opening of Parliament.’
安妮公主, 菲利普亲王, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles (左) 如图所示 1970 on the steps of the Parliament Building in Wellington, during a tour of New Zealand
Another picture taken around the same time show the family arriving in New Zealand for the 1970 旅游
Explaining the significance of the countdown, the caption also says: ‘在接下来的 70 天, as we countdown to the Platinum Jubilee Celebration Weekend, 我们将在一天分享一张女王的照片——每一张都代表女王陛下 70 年统治的一年。’
Today’s image followed a 1969 picture of her Majesty riding on the London Underground.
The colour image shows the monarch beaming inside the train, which has a sign on it that says ‘Oxford Circus’.
Its caption reads: ‘The Queen is pictured in the driver’s cab of an underground train as she opens a new section of the Victoria Line.
The Royal Family shared this image on Instagram yesterday, as part of its countdown to the Platinum Jubilee. It shows Queen Elizabeth on the London Underground in 1969
Another pictured posted recently by the account includes this image of the Queen receiving a bouquet of flowers from Fijian Princess Adi Kaunilotuma during a royal tour to Fiji in 1963
'在 2016 it was revealed that the new crossrail line would be named the Elizabeth line in honour of Her Majesty.’
女王陛下, 二月登基的人 6, 1952, is the first British royal to reach to reach the Platinum Jubilee.
The historic milestone will be celebrated over a four-day bank holiday weekend, 6月2日-5日. To mark the date, public events and community activities will be held, among other celebrations.
Despite the magnitude of the event, the extent of the Queen’s public involvement is not yet clear, due to her recent mobility and health issues.