Pendant l’été, la résidence royale ouvre ses portes aux visiteurs.
19 salles d’État, où prennent place des cérémonies officielles et des rencontres d’État, se dévoilent alors. Exceptionnellement cette année, à l’occasion des 70 ans du prince Charles, une collection d’œuvres d’art spécialement choisies par ce dernier sera exposée.
On Saturday The Queen and other members of The Royal Family attended The Queen’s birthday parade on Horse Guards Parade – Trooping the Colour. This year, the 1st Battalion The Coldstream Guards were being "Trooped" and it was first time The Duke of York rode for the first time in his role as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards. His Royal Highness took over as Colonel from his father, The Duke of Edinburgh, in December 2017. During her reign The Queen has attended Trooping the Colour every year except 1955 when it was cancelled because of the general strike. In this photo the then Princess Elizabeth accompanies King George VI in 1947, in HM's first Trooping the Colour since she was made Colonel of the Grenadier Guards. The other Royal Colonels are The Princess Royal (riding as Colonel of the Blues and Royals), The Prince of Wales (riding as Colonel of the Welsh Guards) and The Duke of Cambridge (riding as Colonel of the Irish Guards). Following Trooping, members of The Royal Family stood on the balcony to watch a fly past, in which 23 aircraft took part highlighting the range of aircraft used by the Royal Air Force, including the Red Arrows Aerobatic Team, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, helicopters and fast jet combat aircraft. Find out more about the ceremony here: http://bit.ly/2oJmszo #Troopingthecolour PHOTOS: PA
Photo : Royal Collection Trust/ © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018 and photographer Andrew Holt
A partir de £22. De 9h30 à 17h15 tous les jours jusqu’au 30 septembre.
Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Londres SW1A 1AA