Elegant requires even from a distance. Confined in her Windsor Castle, Elizabeth II received a nice surprise from the 45 children who make up the Sistema Cyprus orchestra, who for her 73rd wedding anniversary with Prince Philip, gave her an unusual performance. It was from her royal home and by videoconference that the Queen attended this small concert, organized by a teacher who created this group to allow children from vulnerable communities to practice music, with instruments made available to them. available for free. A great initiative, and an event for which Elizabeth II was very elegant.
For the occasion, the queen had chosen a two-tone red and purple dress with long sleeves, which she had accessorized with a brooch and a double row pearl necklace. A flashy outfit for Elizabeth II who had already been seen in this dress last March at Buckingham Palace to receive the gold medal of the Order of St. John. Purple and red colors, which were reminiscent of tones very appreciated by Lady Diana, who has repeatedly worn this winning combo during her outings and official trips, as in Thailand in 1988 or in India in 1992.
Loving the Queen’s smile (and her fashion forward dress) as she is treated to her first virtual performance, to mark her 73rd wedding anniversary, in a video call from Windsor with three winners of the Commonwealth Points of Light award, celebrating the importance of volunteers . pic.twitter.com/0XFa9iEUBf
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A wedding anniversary celebrated at Windsor Castle
While several experts say she is ready to resign in 2021, Elizabeth II seems more devoted than ever to her duties as queen, she who has returned to service after her summer vacation, even during this second confinement in the United Kingdom. A confinement that she once again decided to spend with Prince Philip, in order to be able to celebrate their 73 years of marriage together. A very special birthday, on the occasion of which they received a very colorful card made by their great-grandchildren George, Charlotte and Louis of Cambridge.
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