Queen Elizabeth II modeled a brooch given to her by her parents for her 19th birthday. On the Royal Chelsea Flower Present, Queen Elizabeth II wore a ruby and sapphire flower brooch given to her by her parents for her 19th birthday. That is reported by the Every day Mail.
This 12 months, a number of shows on the annual Royal Flower Present in Chelsea are devoted to the celebration of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. The day earlier than the official opening, Elizabeth II arrived there. She wore a pink costume, on the lapel of which she hooked up a brooch. The Cartier jewel, that includes pink and blue sapphires, rubies, and diamonds, was offered to the Queen in 1945 by her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
Her Majesty not often wears a brooch. The final time she was seen with this jewellery was in 2011 throughout a tour of Australia, and earlier than that – at a Christmas ceremony in 1990.
Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen’s presence on the occasion on the final second. Throughout her 70 years on the throne, Elizabeth II visited the flower exhibition organized by the Royal Horticultural Society greater than 50 occasions. As well as to the monarch, Prince Edward and his spouse Sophie and Princess Beatrice and her husband Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi arrived on the occasion.
Earlier, It was reported that the Elizabeth II metro line in London stopped two hours after its opening. A hearth alarm has halted visitors between Paddington and Tottenham Courtroom Highway stations. Footage and movies shared on social media present firefighters arriving on the subway.
“Earlier, the station sounded the fire alarm, but now it has opened. The line has reopened and all services are operating as normal,” the London Transport Authority mentioned later.