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Platinum Jubilee: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘jet out of LA and are on their way to UK’

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their youngsters are on their way to the UK and will attend Trooping the Colour, MailOn-line understands – whereas Prince Andrew has been left out of the key Platinum Jubilee occasion. 

The Sussexes have left LAX airport with their youngsters Archie and Lilibet, who will meet her great-grandmother for the primary time as she turns one on Saturday.

It just isn’t recognized if the household are already in Britain, however one supply urged they left in a single day final evening and will land in London this afternoon after a 12 hour flight – simply months after Harry claimed he was ‘unable to return dwelling’ as a result of is just too harmful.

While the couple are anticipated to attend Trooping the Colour as spectators tomorrow, Andrew won’t, a army supply informed MailOn-line. 

As colonel of the Grenadier Guards, Andrew has beforehand performed a key function within the ceremony, driving out by the Queen’s facet because the regiment’s consultant.

Since being stripped of the title earlier this year the Duke of York was not anticipated to play an lively half within the occasion, however the chance of him showing with different royals on Horse Guards Parade as a spectator had beforehand been left open. 

Both Andrew and the Sussexes have already been barred from showing on the Buckingham Palace to watch the RAF Red Arrows’ flypast.

 As Britain prepares for the Platinum Jubilee weekend:

  • Plucky Brits vow to have a good time Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with avenue events, 4 days of celebrations and miles of bunting regardless of councils, gloomy forecast and recommendation to celebration indoors threatening to dampen temper; 
  • Security consultants stated Harry and Meghan could maintain up inside Frogmore Cottage over the financial institution vacation and solely go away to attend two Platinum Jubilee occasions as a result of they are being denied VIP 24/7 armed safety from British police;
  • The Queen was caught in mid-air drama as a thunderstorm compelled her non-public jet to abort its touchdown in London and circle over the capital for quarter-hour;
  • Princess Eugenie paid a shifting personal tribute to her ‘grannie’ the Queen on the eve of the monarch’s historic Platinum Jubilee celebrations;
Harry and Meghan pictured together at a volleyball event during the Invictus Games at Zuiderpark in April

Harry and Meghan pictured collectively at a volleyball occasion in the course of the Invictus Games at Zuiderpark in April

In April the couple employed Christopher Sanchez, a burly former bodyguard to President Obama, pictured with gray hair behind the duchess who saved an eye fixed on them at Invictus

The Sussexes are expected to stay at Frogmore Cottage, where they will hold a small party for Lilibet that may be attended by the Queen

The Sussexes are anticipated to keep at Frogmore Cottage, the place they are going to maintain a small celebration for Lilibet which may be attended by the Queen

It got here as safety consultants predicted the Sussexes could maintain up inside Frogmore Cottage over the financial institution vacation and solely go away to attend two Platinum Jubilee occasions as a result of they are being denied VIP 24/7 armed safety from British police. 

After a secret go to to see the Queen at Windsor Castle in late April, the sixth within the line to the throne has obtained ‘cast iron assurances’ that he, Meghan, Archie and Lilibet will be protected in the course of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations that start tomorrow and finish on Sunday. It is just the second time Meghan has returned to the UK after they sensationally stop their royal roles in 2020.

Simon Morgan, a former royal safety officer, informed MailOn-line right now that Harry would haven’t any way of influencing the choice made by MI5, the Home Office and the Foreign Office, even when he put strain on his grandmother to intervene. As a end result they might be compelled to preserve a ‘low profile’ throughout their keep and not organise their personal occasions.

Mr Morgan, who now runs the safety business Trojan Consultancy, stated: ‘If they are staying at Frogmore Cottage they are going to be extraordinarily safe there and which may be why they are not doing something away from the principle Platinum Jubilee occasions as a result of they won’t have safety for that’.

The couple are anticipated to attend the Service of Thanksgiving with the Queen at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday morning – in addition to the BBC’s Party on the Palace the next night. Simon Morgan expects they are going to be given armed safety at these occasions, and on the journey to and from Windsor due to the safety operation deliberate for the jubilee.

‘The jubilee is one of the best danger occasions for years – and the Met have an obligation of care to shield these attending, particularly the royal household and overseas dignitaries’, Mr Morgan stated. 

British officers will stand guard at Frogmore Cottage, the place they are going to be protected 24/7. But this won’t prolong to non-public occasions similar to socialising with associates at eating places and pubs or going to the outlets off the Queen’s Windsor Castle property. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are thought to be travelling with none senior workers and only a small safety staff, having left their most trusted staff again dwelling in California, in accordance to individuals with data of their journey plans. 

Their bodyguards, which have included these accountable for the safety of Barack Obama and Michael Jackson, won’t be able to carry weapons within the UK and the Metropolitan Police can have primacy on safety issues as quickly as they step off the aircraft.

The Met’s Royalty and Specialist Protection unit is known to have spent weeks liaising with Harry’s staff to assure taxpayer-funded officers take care of them as a lot as is allowed, The Mirror experiences. 

Lilibet will flip one on Saturday, with a celebration anticipated at Frogmore seemingly to be attended by royals similar to Princess Eugenie, who’s shut to the Harry and Meghan, and the Queen may additionally pop in if she does not attend the Epsom Derby. It would be the first time the monarch will meet the great-granddaughter named after her. 

But Prince William and Kate won’t be there as a result of they are going to be representing Her Majesty in Cardiff as senior working royals are despatched to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to mark the monarch’s 70 years on the throne.

Harry and Meghan are anticipated to attend the Service of Thanksgiving with the Queen at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday morning – in addition to the BBC’s Party on the Palace the next night, the report claimed.

But the sources added that the Sussexes won’t conduct their personal programme of occasions whereas in Britain to keep away from overshadowing the four-day weekend of celebrations for the 70-year reign of Harry’s 96-year-old grandmother.

This means that they might keep within the grounds of Windsor Castle, the place they are going to be protected by armed police always. But this won’t prolong to whereas they are out at non-public occasions similar to socialising with associates at eating places and pubs or going to the outlets.

The UK’s stance is in distinction with the couple’s remedy on the Invictus Games in Holland in April, the place they have been afford VVIP standing. 

A former US presidential secret service agent was assigned to lead shut safety for the couple and armed safety officers who often guard the King of the Netherlands offered safety exterior of the venue. A Land Rover with two different non-public safety guards drove with Harry and Meghan’s car, with an unmarked automobile containing two members of the Dutch Royal safety squad. 

Security consultants together with Mr Morgan stated on the time they ‘could not fathom’ why Harry felt protected in Holland however not within the UK.

Harry, 37, is taking authorized motion in opposition to the Home Office after being stripped of everlasting police safety after quitting as a frontline royal. 

Harry has since claimed he doesn’t really feel protected below these safety preparations when bringing his household to the UK and was ‘unable to return dwelling’ over fears it’s too harmful. He had even provided to pay for British police bodyguards himself – however the Met stated that their officers can’t be paid for.

Harry and Meghan pictured with son Archie, three, and daughter Lilibet, who will turn one this weekend

Harry and Meghan pictured with son Archie, three, and daughter Lilibet, who will flip one this weekend

Sources informed The Mirror that he has all the time been ‘in favour’ of returning to the UK for the Queen’s celebrations, regardless of the Met insisting its officers are not ‘weapons for hire’.

At their US dwelling, Harry and Meghan are protected by a 24-hour safety staff, together with 12 former particular forces personnel.

A supply stated: ‘For Harry, this has all the time been about defending his household.

‘He has been in fixed contact with the related events and made it very clear that he would not journey with out receiving cast iron assurances over the security of his household.

‘He is glad the proper procedures are in place and they are all very a lot wanting ahead to this week’s celebrations and of course getting to spend time with Her Majesty.’ 

It comes after the couple met the monarch in a short secret meeting with Prince Charles earlier than they flew out to the Invictus Games within the Netherlands earlier this month.

At the meeting, Harry and Meghan promised they might introduce the Queen to Lilibet, who is known as after her.

With the Queen anticipated to tempo herself over the four-day financial institution vacation weekend, prolonged so the nation can have a good time the jubilee, there may be hypothesis she won’t journey to Epsom racecourse for the Derby on Saturday as she doesn’t have a runner, though one other of her thoroughbreds is entered in a race.

The Duke and feriewnd Nacho Figueras played their last polo game in Santa Barbara on Sunday before Prince Harry heads to London with his family to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee

The Duke and feriewnd Nacho Figueras performed their final polo sport in Santa Barbara on Sunday earlier than Prince Harry heads to London together with his household to have a good time the Queen’s Jubilee

The day could possibly be the proper alternative for the royal household to collect to have a good time the christening of Lilibet at Windsor Castle on the kid’s first birthday.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman declined to remark on the experiences and stated: ‘Frogmore Cottage stays the UK dwelling of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.’

The Mail revealed on Saturday that the Queen is about to spend time with the household on Saturday to have a good time Lilibet’s birthday.

She has by no means met her great-granddaughter and not seen Archie in particular person since he was a child and taken by his mother and father to Canada and then the US.

There has additionally been hypothesis that the couple could attempt to get Lilibet christened whereas they are right here within the non-public chapel at Windsor Castle, the place Archie was additionally christened in 2019.

And earlier this week, he shared a put up praising the Duke on Instagram, writing: ‘What a pleasure to see you smile and be so blissful. I really like being your teammate.’ 

Long to rain over us! Plucky Brits vow to have a good time Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with avenue events, 4 days of celebrations and miles of bunting regardless of killjoy councils, gloomy forecast and recommendation to celebration indoors threatening to dampen temper

By Jack Wright for MailOn-line 

Millions of defiant Britons are decided to benefit from the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this weekend regardless of fears of downpours throughout swathes of the nation and killjoy councils threatening pensioners who cling bunting with £200 fines.

With simply at some point earlier than the beginning of the particular financial institution vacation weekend to mark Her Majesty’s astonishing 70 years on the throne, the UK has gone ‘Jubilee-mad’ as individuals drape their gardens in Union flags and even knit life-sized figures of the beloved monarch.

A document 12million individuals are gearing up for out of doors events held within the Queen’s honour, in scenes certain to be reminiscent of the Coronation seven many years in the past.

And crowds of royal ‘superfans’ have already been lining The Mall close to Buckingham Palace to get the most effective views for Trooping the Colour on Thursday and a particular Pageant celebrating the life of the nation’s longest-reigning monarch on Sunday.

Forecasters are anticipating wonderful sunshine on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, however showers in London and the South East on Sunday. However, the joy is so palpable that plucky Britons are shrugging off fears of downpours, and are as a substitute making ready to throw their events in their garages if the rain pours. 

And individuals are ignoring council spoilsports who are threatening OAPs with punitive fines in the event that they dare cling patriotic bunting throughout their streets, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged native authorities to settle down and approve eleventh hour requests for avenue events. Just 16,000 purposes to shut roads for events have been accredited throughout the nation, and unofficial Jubilee avenue bashes could possibly be damaged up by police in the event that they block visitors.

Meanwhile the royal family will probably be making remaining preparations for the four-day bonanza. The Queen, who loved a pre-Jubilee break in Balmoral forward of the weekend, has arrived at Windsor and is predicted to delight crowds with an look on the Buckingham Palace balcony – initially of celebrations after Trooping the Colour on Thursday. It can also be anticipated that she’s going to seem once more on the balcony after the Pageant parade finale on Sunday.

The 96-year-old monarch can also be hoping to find a way attend the service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, together with her wider household together with – it’s anticipated – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and the Duke of York. The Sussexes are now simply hours from arriving at Windsor having jetted out of California for the Jubilee, MailOn-line revealed right now.

However, Prince Andrew just isn’t anticipated to attend Trooping the Colour after being snubbed for an important army occasion of the Jubilee. 

Members of the public walk along the Mall ahead of the upcoming Jubilee events, on June 1, 2022 in London

Members of the general public stroll alongside the Mall forward of the upcoming Jubilee occasions, on June 1, 2022 in London

Members of the public gather on the Mall by Buckingham Palace in London, June 1, 2022

Members of the general public collect on the Mall by Buckingham Palace in London, June 1, 2022

Drew (surname not given), four, from Norwich, waves her Union flag on The Mall near Buckingham Palace, during a family day trip ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Wednesday June 1, 2022

Drew (surname not given), 4, from Norwich, waves her Union flag on The Mall close to Buckingham Palace, throughout a household day journey forward of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Wednesday June 1, 2022

Royal fans Donna Werner, from Connecticut, US and Mary Jane from England pose next to their tents they have set up to camp outside Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, in London, May 31, 2022

Royal followers Donna Werner, from Connecticut, US and Mary Jane from England pose subsequent to their tents they’ve arrange to camp exterior Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, in London, May 31, 2022

Pictured: Jeff Williams on Jubilee Road in Poole, Dorset. Town hall bureaucrats have told residents on a street called Jubilee Road to take down bunting because it is a hazard to large vehicles

Pictured: Jeff Williams on Jubilee Road in Poole, Dorset. Town corridor bureaucrats have informed residents on a avenue known as Jubilee Road to take down bunting as a result of it’s a hazard to massive autos

The Queen arriving  back in Windsor after a short break at Balmoral ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations

The Queen arriving  again in Windsor after a brief break at Balmoral forward of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations

A staff member puts up the bunting in Downing Street to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, June 1, 2022

A workers member places up the bunting in Downing Street to have a good time the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, June 1, 2022

Members of staff put up the bunting in Downing Street to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, June 1, 2022

Members of workers put up the bunting in Downing Street to have a good time the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, June 1, 2022

People standing on The Mall, ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, in London, June 1, 2022

People standing on The Mall, forward of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, in London, June 1, 2022

People standing on The Mall, ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, in London, June 1, 2022

People standing on The Mall, forward of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, in London, June 1, 2022

Royalist John Loughrey holds up a cardboard cut-out of the Queen as he stands near his tent on the Mall, June 1, 2022

Royalist John Loughrey holds up a cardboard cut-out of the Queen as he stands close to his tent on the Mall, June 1, 2022

A man sells merchandise outside a shop near Windsor Castle ahead of celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee, May 31, 2022

A person sells merchandise exterior a store close to Windsor Castle forward of celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee, May 31, 2022

John Loughrey standing next to his tent he has put up to camp outside Buckingham Palace, May 31, 2022

John Loughrey standing subsequent to his tent he has put up to camp exterior Buckingham Palace, May 31, 2022

Royal fan John Loughrey standing next to his tent he has put up to camp outside Buckingham Palace, May 31, 2022

Royal fan John Loughrey standing subsequent to his tent he has put up to camp exterior Buckingham Palace, May 31, 2022

Caroline Topping crochets bunting beside a knitted model of the Queen at the Beccles Community Hub, June 1, 2022

Caroline Topping crochets bunting beside a knitted mannequin of the Queen on the Beccles Community Hub, June 1, 2022

Bunting hangs across a street ahead of the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen on June 1, 2022 in Beccles

Bunting hangs throughout a avenue forward of the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen on June 1, 2022 in Beccles

Knitted bunting hangs outside a barber shop ahead of the Platinum Jubilee on June 1, 2022 in Beccles

Knitted bunting hangs exterior a barber store forward of the Platinum Jubilee on June 1, 2022 in Beccles

Royal fan Donna Werner poses next to her tent outside Buckingham Palace in London, May 31, 2022

Royal fan Donna Werner poses subsequent to her tent exterior Buckingham Palace in London, May 31, 2022

Scarecrows showing members of the Royal Family at Wellington Village Fun Week. So far, 104 scarecrows have been created by residents of the Hertfordshire village

Scarecrows displaying members of the Royal Family at Wellington Village Fun Week. So far, 104 scarecrows have been created by residents of the Hertfordshire village 

Wellington Village Fun Week has been running since 1972, with its scarecrow competition first taking place in 2006. This photo shows a scarecrow of the Queen with a corgi

Wellington Village Fun Week has been working since 1972, with its scarecrow competitors first happening in 2006. This photograph exhibits a scarecrow of the Queen with a corgi 

Phil Smith said there were a 'dozen or so Queens dotted about'

There were also several likenesses of the singer Prince

Phil Smith stated there have been a ‘dozen or so Queens dotted about’ (together with this one, left) together with a number of likenesses of the singer Prince 

John Loughrey poses with a cutout of the Queen, in his tent he has put up to camp outside Buckingham Palace

John Loughrey poses with a cutout of the Queen, in his tent he has put up to camp exterior Buckingham Palace

The council killjoys ruining Jubilee enjoyable: Berkshire bans residents from hanging banners on lamposts and Dorset threatens to high quality pensioner over bunting 

Council killjoys warned bunting poses a hazard to large vehicles and could even cause metal lampposts to snap. Pictured: Bunting on Jubilee Road, Poole

Council killjoys warned bunting poses a hazard to massive autos and may even trigger steel lampposts to snap. Pictured: Bunting on Jubilee Road, Poole

Council killjoys have returned in drive only a day earlier than Platinum Jubilee celebrations kickoff as they warned bunting poses a hazard to massive autos and may even trigger steel lampposts to snap.

Bureaucrats at West Berkshire and Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole Councils have been accused of inflicting contemporary well being and security complications for lots of of hundreds of residents making ready to mark Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne.

Flags, indicators and banners have all been banned from being displayed from West Berkshire’s lampposts as a result of they could possibly be damaged by the load of an individual utilizing a stepladder resting in opposition to them.

The space’s 150,000 residents have been warned council bosses worry they could possibly be sued if an individual attaching decorations topples from a lamppost and causes an accident.

An estimated 16,000 events celebrating the Queen's 70th year on the throne have been given the green light with up to 15million people are expected to attend celebrations across the four-day bank holiday weekend. Pictured: Library image of a party with Union Jack bunting

An estimated 16,000 occasions celebrating the Queen’s seventieth year on the throne have been given the inexperienced mild with up to 15million individuals are anticipated to attend celebrations throughout the four-day financial institution vacation weekend. Pictured: Library picture of a celebration with Union Jack bunting

One native resident, who didn’t want to be named, bemoaned: ‘It’s well being and security gone mad.’

Elsewhere, residents residing within the aptly named Jubilee Road in Dorset, Poole, have been warned bunting shouldn’t be low-hanging as a result of it might pose a hazard to massive business autos and lorries.

Retired Merchant Navy officer Jeff Williams, 75, even obtained a go to from a disgruntled native council officer after hanging 100ft size of bunting throughout the road that didn’t conform to rules.

Mr Williams stated it was ‘laughable’ that he had to attempt and make the innocent bunting increased or take it down.

He stated that if it stays as it’s, he fears he could possibly be fined up to £200 for breaching the Highway Act of 1980.

The four-day financial institution vacation will begin off high quality and vivid for many, with Thursday, when the official programme kicks off with the Trooping the Colour army spectacle in central London, the most effective day for individuals throughout the nation to take pleasure in avenue events, barbecues and different out of doors occasions. However rain is probably going to put some plans at risk in western Scotland and Northern Ireland.

A number of showers may unfold throughout the south of the UK all through the day, whereas some sunshine is predicted in different areas.

Saturday seems dry, with temperatures within the low 20s and spells of sunshine for a lot of the nation as an space of excessive strain strikes in.

However, there’s a danger of some heavy showers to areas ‘south of the M4’ in England, Mr Claydon stated, threatening the Epsom Derby and later the BBC’s Party on the Palace open-air live performance.

Sunday guarantees to be dry and vivid for a lot of of the hundreds of thousands gathering at greater than 200,000 particular lunches due to be held that day.

There continues to be a chance that folks would possibly want their umbrellas, with an opportunity that the nice and cozy air edges again into the south east and brings rain to the Jubilee Pageant parade by the streets of London.

‘If you have been to have a look at the northern portion of the UK, it is a pretty first rate lengthy weekend, however the uncertainty and the possibility of heavy showers within the south continues to be up for grabs,’ Mr Claydon stated.

The Met Office urged Britons heading outdoor to pack sun shades and solar cream, as UV ranges will probably be excessive when the June solar does seem.

‘For the 4 days there will be loads of dry climate round. Yes, nonetheless some showers right here and there… however many locations will see sunny spells and definitely after a cool begin this week it’s going to be feeling hotter,’ Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin stated.

Meanwhile the joy is spreading, with streets set to be lined in lots of of miles of bunting as producers revealed a “massive” spike in demand forward of the Platinum Jubilee.

One company stated gross sales had risen “thirtyfold” within the final month, whereas others warned they have been working out of stock. The Hampshire Flag Company stated it had simply “a few” decorations left, regardless of making ready “way in advance” for a surge in orders. Extra bunting that it manufactured to address Jubilee demand offered out by February.

“We’ve done about 200 miles of bunting in the last three months,” stated advertising and marketing supervisor Rod Sessions.

The agency often sells “about 50 miles” within the first three or 4 months of the year, he added.

Tesco, which anticipated to promote 60,000 rolls of bunting within the week main up to the Jubilee, was additionally working low.

“Anyone interested in buying any should check with their local store first,” a spokesman for Britain’s largest grocery store stated. “It’s been extremely popular and we’re coming near the end of our stocks.”

Bunting Warehouse, a Leicestershire producer, stated the “incredible” demand was increased than at any level since 2012’s Diamond Jubilee.

“We’ve sold somewhere in the region of 90 to 100km of bunting in the last month,” director Tim Turner stated. “It’s twentyfold what we normally do, thirtyfold what we normally do.”

Its hottest choices have been of the Union Flag and Platinum Jubilee emblem, which contains a crown on an imperial purple background. “We’ve done in the region of 30km of just the Jubilee design,” Mr Turner stated.

Sodden royal superfans down The Mall have been chirpy even after they have been lashed by downpours in a single day.

Waving from their tents after their first evening of tenting yesterday, John Loughrey, 67, who lives in South London , stated he first fell in love with the monarchy as a toddler within the Nineteen Sixties, and has met the Queen twice, as soon as at Windsor Castle when he gave her a rose for every member of her household.

He added: ‘She goes out of her way to meet individuals. I stated to Her Majesty, ‘we are very proud of you and you are all the time in our hearts’. She has seen a lot historical past. She has had a protracted life, all the time been there for the Commonwealth and finished her responsibility.’

Maria Scott, 51, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, added: ‘The police know us as a result of we all the time come out at royal occasions. They haven’t any issues with us doing it.

‘When the rain goes away we usually have tons of individuals coming by to chat to us. They assume it is fantastic how patriotic we are and it is fantastic meeting individuals from so many alternative international locations. I believe the Queen is wonderful. She has been very robust over time and by her life. She is the spine of the nation.’

Mary-Jane Willows, 68, a retired charity government from Cornwall, stated she first camped out for the Diamond Jubilee, adopted by the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Queen’s ninetieth birthday.

‘Several of us met at these occasions and have stayed associates ever since,’ she stated.

She inherited her love of the royal household from her mom, together with an unique copy of the Queen’s coronation album.

Mary-Jane stated she was tenting out this time to thank the Queen for 70 years of service.

‘She has given 70 years of her life to serve us, the nation,’ she stated. ‘That’s what she stated at her coronation and she’s finished it each second of day by day. She’s by no means taken a flawed step, and so we’re right here to thank her and to have a good time.’

With Mary was her good friend Donna Werner, 70, from Connecticut. They met whereas tenting out on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding ceremony, and have remained associates.

People stand on The Mall looking towards Buckingham Palace and the Queen Victoria Memorial statue as the road is lined with Union Jacks

People stand on The Mall wanting in the direction of Buckingham Palace and the Queen Victoria Memorial statue because the street is lined with Union Jacks

Royal fans next to their tents they have set up to camp outside Buckingham Palace, May 31, 2022

Royal followers subsequent to their tents they’ve arrange to camp exterior Buckingham Palace, May 31, 2022

Meanwhile, Yorkshire community group Westwoodside Pond Lights has been turning hay bales into royal displays

Meanwhile, Yorkshire neighborhood group Westwoodside Pond Lights has been turning hay bales into royal shows 

A farmer helps shift hay bales painted in patriotic colours before they are arranged into one of the spectacular displays

A farmer helps shift hay bales painted in patriotic colours before they are arranged into one of the spectacular displays

A farmer helps shift hay bales painted in patriotic colors earlier than they are organized into one of the spectacular shows 

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