So this June 12th the Queen turns a whopping 95 years old. That’s nothing. Two days earlier (June 10th) her husband, Duke of Edinburgh will turn 100! Covid can’t touch this.
That June 12th will mark a few returns. For starters, it will be the first time the Royals will return to that balcony they’re always chillin’ on. You know when they wave at the masses below?
Below them will be the return of the Queens annual birthday parade. Not that candle in a cupcake shit you’re used to. This is a full on crowd cheering, flag waving party.
And the most (to us) important return is that of the ginger prince, Prince Harry. He and Meghan (and presumably Archie) will grace the balcony for the first time since fleeing to Montecito in an effort to make the money only a royal in LA can make.
“The current plan is for the Queen’s birthday parade to go ahead in London as normal, with the acceptance that it may need to be adapted or scaled back depending on what guidelines are in force at the time,” a royal aide told the outlet. “But the aspiration and the ultimate desire is to make it happen.”
Harry and Meghan’s last public appearance with the royals was at the Westminster Abbey Commonwealth service on March 9 after hammering out their “Megxit” deal.