Queen Elizabeth can not really stop anything! After exhausting days with US President Donald Trump, 72, who has come to London for a state visit, the 93-year-old journalist has not bothered to rest for the celebrations. Trooping the Color ". On the contrary, the British queen was surprised to celebrate.
The queen smiles at the local
An attentive resident of Notting Hill, London, watched the Queen leave her birthday on Thursday, June 6, afternoon. The monarchy came out of a town house with the best of minds and surrounded by its security, as the eyewitness told the Daily Mail, stunned: "I would never have thought of seeing the queen of my neighborhood . " The queen, dressed in a green dress, also remarked to the astonished residents: "She looked at me and smiled amicably, and I had the impression that it was a film in which the monarch appeared suddenly in your street and kept you warm look ".
She's celebrating with her cousin Lady Elizabeth Anson
The appearance of the bodyguards was perhaps a little less sincere: "It was funny how their security forces told me," Please, back away, "but it was only me, so I just took a step back. But Queen Elizabeth did not leave any house in the upscale neighborhood: she had visited her cousin Lady Elizabeth Anson. The niece of King George VI. (1895-1952) celebrated his 78th birthday on Friday, June 7th. So the queen gave her a birthday anniversary visit.
Lady Elizabeth Anson and her cousin have good relations. The two do not only connect their relationship, they also work together. Elizabeth Anson founded her own party planning business in 1960 and also organizes parties for the Queen. Of course, only under a pseudonym. In an interview with The Daily Mail in 2015, she revealed that her secret name for Queen Shirley Temple was loud. "It was the first name that came to mind, I work for very important people, so I can not use their real names to organize a party, so I created pseudonyms and an evening that I created for them, Queen, called Shirley Temple. "
For "Trooping the Color" the family meets
Speaking of celebration: just two days after her visit to Notting Hill, the Queen was again in the public eye and celebrated her official birthday with thousands of Britons. On the occasion of the "Trooping the Color" parade, the monarch also invited her family, posing with about fifty relatives on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Lady Elizabeth Anson was not in the gallery.
Sources used: Daily Mail, Hello