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Today is Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Anniversary.

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Today is Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Anniversary.

Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of England, will honor her 70th year as monarch on Sunday, January 6th. Since spending a night in the hospital for testing in October last year, the queen has rarely been in public and has canceled her big engagements.

The Queen has been seen with a walking staff in public since October, but according to a note from a Royal official, it is not related to any specific health problem.

The Queen spoke to several residents at her Sandringham house in the east of England earlier yesterday morning.

On Sunday, the 70th anniversary of her father King George VI’s death, she will be seated on the throne for the first time. She cut a cake with the Platinum Jubilee symbol iced on top later that day in the Sandringham’s ballroom.

The Queen will spend the day at Sandringham, the home of her father, who died of lung cancer while she was in Kenya. She was stepping in for her father on a long-awaited foreign tour with her husband, Prince Philip, when he died.

In the heart of Kenya, the pair has been taking a break from their royal duties.

She had spent the day with the Duke of Edinburgh on the 5th of February that year, filming natural animals.

Despite the fact that the monarch died the next day, the information reached her on the 7th due to the game viewing lodge’s remote position. She was taken aback since on the 31st of January, the monarch himself saw them off at Heathrow.

The world awoke early on January 6th to the tragic news that the monarch had died in his sleep, as announced by the BBC.

The world awoke early on January 6th to the tragic news that the monarch had died in his sleep, as announced by the BBC.

His servant, who discovered him dead in this room that morning, relayed the tragic news to the Royal officials. On the 15th of that month, the monarch was buried in Windsor’s St George’s chapel.

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