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Memories of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to 70 cities on the occasion of the golden jubilee.. Photos

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publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00

The British royal account on “Instagram” revives the most prominent memories and promise of the late Queen Elizabeth II, especially those during which she pledged to continue serving her subjects throughout her life without stopping, and in this regard, the royal account published a set of distinguished photos from the late queen’s tours around the United Kingdom. And the Commonwealth countries, during which the Queen exchanged greetings and spoke with the citizens lined up on both sides of the road to receive her and exchange parties with her.


One of Queen Elizabeth’s tours

The royal account brings back memories of Queen Elizabeth
The royal account brings back memories of Queen Elizabeth

The royal account published pictures of Queen Elizabeth II’s tours, during the celebrations of the golden jubilee of her rule spanning seven decades, as she visited about 70 cities and towns in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, during which she traveled 3,500 miles by royal train, and the palace account attached pictures of the Queen with a number of her most famous phrases. In which she said, “There are none of my father’s subjects, from oldest to youngest, whom I do not wish to greet.”

Commenting on the photos, the British palace account wrote, “Her Majesty the Queen was head of state for a population of 144 million people across the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth of Nations… During her reign, she visited every kingdom and every region in the United Kingdom, and returned to each other several times.”

A special welcome from the children of Queen Elizabeth
A special welcome from the children of Queen Elizabeth

Children express their love for Queen Elizabeth
Children express their love for Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth is always close to her subjects
Queen Elizabeth is always close to her subjects

The royal account said: “Although most of her daily working life was spent in contact with ministers and representatives of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, her presence in these places during her many official visits made her keep her promise to dedicate her life to the people of the Commonwealth in the most practical way… The Queen’s visits arrived from the heights From Scots to the Isles of Scilly, from Ottawa to Funafuti, she met people from all walks of life.”

He continued: “His Majesty’s tours in particular demonstrated the Queen’s commitment to people in every region and kingdom… to celebrate her golden jubilee in 2002, Her Majesty visited 70 cities and towns in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, where she traveled 3,500 miles by royal train. She also toured the world that year, beginning her Jubilee Program with visits to Jamaica, New Zealand and Australia.

Citizens gather around the Queen during her tours
Citizens gather around the Queen during her tours

Queen Elizabeth recognizes the products of a citizen
Queen Elizabeth recognizes the products of a citizen

Queen Elizabeth on a visit to Jamaica
Queen Elizabeth on a visit to Jamaica

He continued: “The Queen’s presence is still felt in the daily fabric of the countries where she was head of state: more than 50 parks and towns, 40 buildings, 28 hospitals, 40 roads and bridges, 30 schools across the UK, the Commonwealth and the rest of the countries. …the world is named after her, and at least 35 countries have issued coins bearing her image.”

The Queen's keenness to get closer to the people of Britain and the Commonwealth countries
The Queen’s keenness to get closer to the people of Britain and the Commonwealth countries

Queen Elizabeth's visit to Wales
Queen Elizabeth’s visit to Wales

Souvenir photo of Queen Elizabeth with children
Souvenir photo of Queen Elizabeth with children

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