In what years would King Charles III’s silver, gold and platinum jubilees be celebrated? take place? | UK News
The The coronation of King Charles III. is taking place tomorrow and Brits across the country are getting ready for a weekend of street parties and celebrations.
The coronation celebrations may remind people of Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee, which took place around this time last year and was marked by similar celebrations.
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated a number of milestones during her reign and many of us may remember what we have done for her silver, gold and platinum.
But what years would Charles’ silver, gold and platinum anniversaries be in?
let’s find out
What year would Charlemagne’s silver jubilee be in?
A silver jubilee marks 25 years on the throne.
King Charles III ascended the throne in 2022, so his Silver Jubilee would be in 2047.
The king is currently 74 years old, which means that in 2047 he would be 99 years old.
With the King’s mother Queen Elizabeth II living until 96 and his grandmother the Queen Mother until she was 101, it’s not unrealistic that Charles could be there for his Silver Jubilee.
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee in 1977 at the age of 50.
The day was celebrated with parties and parades across Britain and the Commonwealth.
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What year would Karl’s golden jubilee be in?
A golden jubilee marks 50 years on the throne.
If King Charles were to celebrate a golden jubilee, it would be in 2072.
In 2072, Charles would be 123 years old, so it’s unlikely he’ll live to see his Holden anniversary.
At this point, it seems likely that Prince William or even Prince George will most likely take the throne.
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Golden Jubilee in 2002 and Queen Victoria celebrated hers in 1887.
When would Charles’ platinum anniversary be?
A Platinum Jubilee marks 70 years on the throne.
If King Charles were to celebrate a platinum jubilee, it would be in 2092.
Charles would have to live to the age of 143 to celebrate this milestone, a milestone celebration achieved only by a British monarch.
Yes, Queen Elizabeth II is the only British monarch to ever have a platinum jubilee, and her jubilee took place in June 2022, just months before her death.
The occasion was marked with a huge parade, concert and Her Majesty’s balcony appearance.
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