The parade on June 5 closes the festivities of the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England.
Although the 96-year-old monarch was not always present, Elizabeth II had some surprises in store.
By greeting her thousands of admirers, Queen Elizabeth II almost burst into tears.

To everyone’s surprise, Queen Elizabeth II of England came out to greet the crowd on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Sunday. June 5, 2022 was actually the last day of the celebration with great fanfare of the 70 years of reign of the 96-year-old queen. Because of her difficulties in moving, the mother of prince Charles could not attend each of the events organized for his party. To celebrate her 70 years of reign, Queen Elizabeth II of England also surprised everyone with her sketch with Paddington bear.

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During the Platinum Jubilee Pageant parade, Queen Elizabeth II of England was not in the golden carriage. The carriage carried a moving video image of the Queen waving to crowds at her coronation in 1953. Although the grandmother of Prince William, 39, and Prince Harry, 37, did not attend all of the events , she was wholeheartedly with the British. Very moved, Queen Elizabeth II even almost burst into tears in public for the first time in her life.

Moved and grateful, Elizabeth II of England almost cried in public for the first time in her life

Judi James, an expert in body language, dissects the scene where Queen Elizabeth II of England greets her thousands of subjects. “Her eyes narrowed, with a lift of the lower eye and she pulled her lips in to suggest that she was using all her willpower to avoid collapsing in public for the first time in her life,” explains the expert. It has previously been said that England’s Queen Elizabeth II has cried before, but Judi James confirms it was ‘often just watery eyes, which may be due to the cold or even age’ .

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