Queen Elizabeth II of England returns to the balcony of Buckingham Palace on June 5, 2022.
Elizabeth II of England returned to wave to the crowd as the national anthem was played.
Queen Elizabeth II pays a subtle tribute to Prince Philip during his last appearance on the balcony.
A large black button on his hat catches the eye of royal fans.

The last day of celebrations for the Jubilee of Elizabeth II was held on Sunday 5 June. Due to her mobility problems, the 96-year-old sovereign was unable to attend the many Jubilee events of her 70-year reign. Nevertheless, Queen Elizabeth II of England, appeared on the balcony of Buckingham at the end of the afternoon this Sunday. Elizabeth II stayed on the balcony while the British anthem “God Save the Queen” sounded. During this surprise appearance, the widow of Prince Philip sported an emerald green outfit from head to toe.

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The black button, more or less large, positioned on the center of Prince Charles’ mother’s hat did not escape observers. Some have wondered if the black pin was purely decorative or served a purpose. It turns out, according to The Mirror, that the black pin is a mourning pin. “It was the Queen’s way of honoring her late husband, Prince Philip,” says The Mirror. The pin was placed so that it could be clearly seen: in the front and in the center of the hat.

Prince Philip is greatly missed by Queen Elizabeth II of England and Prince Charles

Prince Philip, who died on April 9, 2021 at the age of 99, continues to be missed by his wife, Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96. In his moving speech, Crown Prince Charles pays a subtle tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Charles’ speech where he talks about his father comes on June 4 at the end of the Jubilee concert. “I’m sure he’s there in spirit…”, he said of Prince Philip, before continuing, “My ‘Dad’ would have enjoyed the show and would have joined us wholeheartedly in celebrating all that what you continue to do for your country and your people”.

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