Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 96 on April 21, is the longest-reigning monarch in Britain's history. (source: Yahoo News).
Her Majesty had a little break for celebrating her birthday.
2022 also marks her Platinum Jubilee Year, a long reign of 70 years, like no other monarch in the country's history.
The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II is being celebrated in 2022 in the Commonwealth to mark the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on February 6, 1952. The celebration plans were formally unveiled in full by Buckingham Palace in January 2022. (source: Wikipedia)
After the Birthday break, Elizabeth II is back on her Royal duties, as France24 informs.
After also facing a Covid-19 crisis earlier this year, the Queen met with Switzerland's president in the build-up to UK-wide celebrations for her Platinum Jubilee in early June. (source: France 24)
The Queen attended the meeting in person, smiling for the photographs without wearing her walking stick. This is a very good sign, as Her Majesty had been affected by mobility problems in the past months, probably due to the Covid-19 issues. (source: France 24)
A healthier, smiling Queen Elizabeth is what we all look forward to, and wish her Majesty good health, and Long Live the Queen.
One of the most popular British singers today, Ed Sheeran, has been announced to perform a musical tribute to Queen Elizabeth at her Platinum Jubilee on June 5, according to multiple reports. (source: Yahoo News)
Queen Elizabeth's record of seventy years on England's throne is also a great achievement, especially as she is a woman.
According to People Magazine, this is the first jubilee in which women will take part. To celebrate the event as an accomplishment of women's power, there will be multiple female members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. (source: People.com)
Queen Elizabeth II is probably one of the best examples of excellence and female power. Her reign is one of the best in Britain's history, marked by stability and prosperity.
Queen Elizabeth's reign is not only the longest but probably one of the most successful in a Western European country.
Historian and professor Kate Williams shared how the Queen's long reign has paved the way for young female leaders.
"In 1952, when she came to the throne, women were not encouraged to work, and politicians expressed doubts about a young female monarch — but she showed them wrong, proved herself an adept leader and diplomat," Williams said. (source: People.com)
We wish many beautiful events to Queen Elizabeth this year.