Queen Elizabeth’s 70th Anniversary Throne, Backs Camilla as ‘The Queen’

It is one of the most important pages of history for England. When Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II completed her 70th birthday on Sunday, Feb. 6. Set a record as the longest reigning female monarch in the world. In the midst of the monsoon scandals that deteriorate love and faith in the British monarchy.

Queen Elizabeth II is the first daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. He was born on April 21, 1926 at 17 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London and was named “Elizabeth” after her mother.

Princess Elizabeth, aged 21, was married to Lieutenant Phillips Mountbatten (later Prince Philip. Duke of Edinburgh) on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Cathedral and five years later ascended the throne as Queen of England. After the death of his father on February 6, 1952, while he and Prince Philip were on a visit to Kenya.

The coronation ceremony was held on June 2, 1953 at Westminster Cathedral. Among more than 8,500 guests, the ceremony, which was broadcast around the world, also contributed greatly to that year’s television sales.

Throughout the 70 years of his reign Queen Elizabeth maintains the status of head of state that sustains the stability of the nation. As England faces major changes Many in terms of society, economy and politics, especially the end of the British Empire.

In September 2015, he became the longest reigning monarch in British history. It surpassed Queen Victoria’s 63-year reign and seven months of reign.

After the death of Prince Philip, his husband in April last year Queen Elizabeth also performed various royal duties. As always In October, the Queen underwent a medical examination for the first time in 15 years and her doctor advised him to temporarily suspend various activities, which caused some concern among the British public.

After that, the Queen spent most of her time at Windsor Castle. and almost did not attend any events until last Saturday (February 5) at the Royal Palace in Sandringham on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of his accession to the throne It was His biggest reception in months.

The 70th anniversary of his accession to the throne will be held for four days starting on June 2, which coincides with the coronation day of 1953, when the British government will organize a military parade. Music performances as well as street celebrations

It is undeniable that the 70th Anniversary of Her Majesty’s accession to the throne, or the Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. It comes at a time when the British royal family is on the brink of extreme decline. both from Prince Andrew’s lawsuit The second son who was sued for sexual harassment in the United States. Including allegations of racism within the royal family that Prince Harry, grandson and Meghan Markle, the former wife of a black American actor came out to spread until it became a world-class scandal

Queen Elizabeth II cuts a cake to mark the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne at Sandringham Palace.  Norfolk County on Feb. 5
Recently, there is still a trend of “drama” happening again. When the Queen gave a royal message on the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne, she clearly expressed her wish for the first time that He encouraged “Camilla”, Duchess of Cornwall. appointed as “The Queen” after Prince Charles became the King.

“When my days were complete and my son Charles became king. I believe that you will support him and his wife Camilla the same way you have given me. and I sincerely wish that By that time, Camilla will be recognized as the Queen Consort as she continues to carry out her duties. with continued integrity.” The message in the royal letter states

Royal experts commented that The speech reflected the “acceptance” of Camilla and helped to strengthen her presence in the royal family stronger than ever. It also put an end to long-standing debates since Prince Charles married Camilla over what role she will hold in the future.

Prince Charles His Majesty had a royal speech to honor the Queen who had dedicated her for the benefit and happiness of the people of all groups. He also thanked his mother for giving the “green light” to Camilla as her next queen. saying that both he and Camilla “Feeling honored” and appreciative of His Majesty’s grace He also called Camilla “my beloved wife. who have always supported and been by my side.”

When the Prince of Wales married Camilla in 2005, the British Royal Household made it clear that she would remain the only “Princess Consort” If Prince Charles reigns The reason was because at that time Camilla was not very fond of the British. It was seen as the “third hand” that ended the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, in divorce.

Princess Diana, in a 1995 interview with the BBC, was quoted as one of her most remembered words to this day. “There are three of us in this marriage.” which means himself Prince Charles and Camilla, Prince’s ex-lover.

After Princess Diana’s death in a car accident in Paris in 1997, Prince Charles and Camilla have been divorcing their ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles since. In 1995, it was decided to return to a serious relationship. They started dating in silence before gradually opening up to the public.

Although most British people initially did not accept Camilla as the “pre-queen”, many years ago She has proven herself to be a faithful concubine. and a great encouragement to Prince Charles Even Queen Elizabeth II herself opened her heart to accept Sunisa.

Camilla was recently awarded the Royal Lady of the Most Noble Order of the Garter for her royal duties.

The Queen’s speech made the biggest news on Sunday morning, Feb. 6, with Britain’s best-selling tabloid, the Daily Mail, with the headline on the front: “Camille. donkeys will be queens” and stated that this royal speech “Help put an end to years of doubts” about the role of Princess Catherine. Duchess of Cambridge It also caused the rumors of the abdication of the throne to fall.

“This is the most obvious sign that The Queen not only fully supported Phra Sunisa. but also ready to give love to the woman who made the eldest son happy.” Daily Mail stated

The Sunday Express newspaper posted the headline: The Queen bestowed a “Platinum Jubilee gift to Prince Charles,” while the Sunday Times stressed the importance of the speech as a declaration. “Appoint Queen Camilla” to help settle long-standing controversies and confusion.

for all British people Opinions differed on the issue, with Angela Roberts, 80, telling AFP he was “elated and thought it was the right time”, while Tobias F. Ox, a 24-year-old software engineer, said: “I wasn’t born in time for these things. But most people who grew up believed that Princess Diana would be queen. They said in one voice: The princess was bullied by the Foundation.”

“I don’t think most people will be happy that Camilla won the title.”

Robert Lacey, royal historian Commenting on PEOPLE magazine, Queen Elizabeth’s message shows that He was aware of the impermanence of his life. and began to make plans for the future. Including the loss of Prince Philip at the age of 99 after 73 years of marriage likely contributed to his understanding of the sacrifice of his wife. or the king’s husband

For women who previously served as the Queen Consort of England Queen Elizabeth of George VI, the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as Queen Mary during the reign of King George V. Philip Duke of Edinburgh Queen Elizabeth II’s consort has rejected the title. “Prince consort” since the new queen ascended to the throne

A recent opinion poll by The Mirror found that 55% of Britons “support” Camilla as the next queen. Only 28% of respondents answered “disagree”, with those who believed Diana was a better fit for the role.

At the same time, even the new generation of British Between the ages of 18-44, Camilla was not well suited for the position of Queen. and believed that Prince Charles would not be able to “Dominate the hearts of the people” as the Queen Mother is. Still, 51 percent would “disagree” if Prince William immediately crossed over his father to become the new monarch. After the end of the Queen’s reign