The Queens Coronation
“Congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.”
On this day in 1953, the 27 year old Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth took the Coronation Oath.
65 years have passed from that day the 2nd June 1953.
Our Queen has served with decorum in some horrible times, but has always remained Steadfast, Dignified and determined, a Kin to Queen Victoria.
Our Colonel in Chief up until the amalgamation/disbanding of the Regiment, many of our Riflemen have been fortunate to have been presented to her.
In recent years due to a re branding the Royal family have become more accessible, however we still hold a deep rooted respect and it is my belief that this Country needs a Royal family, it sets us as a nation apart from other Countries, it makes us British.
Queen Elizabeth II is the first British Monarch to celebrate a Sapphire Coronation Jubilee and the seventh female Monarch. Her Majesty has served the nation for six decades.
The Coronation at Westminster Abbey on June 2, 1953 had been 16 months in the planning and millions across the globe tuned in to watch the iconic moment for the first time on television.
At the very moment the St Edward’s Crown was placed on the young princess’ head, a fanfare was played by the State Trumpeters, which triggered a gun salute from the Tower of London and a peal of Abbey bells.
No major celebrations are planned to mark the anniversary today, but the 92-year-old will appear at five engagements this month.
She will also mark her official birthday on June 9 with the annual trooping the Colour parade in London
This is proving to me that despite all the troubles during Her Majesty’s’ reign she truly is the Jewel in Our Crown, the Crown which is our Britain.”Rule Britannia.”
It just remains to say,
On behalf of all at Memorial At Peninsula Limited, Congratulations Your Majesty.”
Memorial At Peninsula Ltd
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