Today, Princess Beatrice (the Queen’s granddaughter) and Princess Eugenie (the Queen’s granddaughter) joined in on games at a Queen’s Platinum Jubilee street party held in Paddington.
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice tried their hand at bowling and plate spinning during a surprise appearance to a Jubilee party.
The Queen’s granddaughters, the sisters, visited Paddington Recreation Ground to see a Big Jubilee lunch.
The event was organized by Westminster Council to help local community and volunteer groups that helped during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The pair were eager to play along with the events, Eugenie trying to spin plates while her sister watched.
Beatrice took pictures with her family at the event and tried bowling.
Some younger guests brought flowers to the party for the sisters as they arrived.
Beatrice and Eugenie will make their party debut as Platinum Jubilee celebrations draw to an end later with a colourful street parade, which royal revellers hope can be capped off by a Buckingham Palace appearance from the Queen.
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The 3km carnival procession is staged by approximately 10,000 performers, including 6,000 extras. It starts at Horse Guards and continues down The Mall to Buckingham Palace.
The ambitious £15 million pageant is split into four acts: For Queen and Country with a military parade; The Time of Our Lives progressing through seven decades of culture, music and fashion; Let’s Celebrate telling the story of the Queen’s life in 12 chapters with corgi puppets and carnival creations; and the Happy and Glorious musical spectacle.
Celebrities will travel in decorated open-top double-decker buses to celebrate the decade-by-decade celebrations.
The Gold State Coach will be one of the highlights. It will have archival footage from the Queen shown at the windows. This will make it appear as though the monarch is inside the carriage.
A peloton of 300 cyclists, riding vintage bikes from across the seven decades of the Queen’s reign, is to travel down The Mall led by Sir Chris Hoy and cycling golden couple Dame Laura and Sir Jason Kenny.
Nearly 200 national treasures will perform the national anthem on the stage for Queen Elizabeth II at the grand finale to the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.