Who else will be on the balcony?
The QUEEN’S Jubilee is fast approaching – with the celebration which will include the traditional gathering on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
While she banned Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son Prince Andrew from performing, Her Majesty has raised some expectations for the balcony lineup.
Yesterday the trio were snubbed from the balcony of Buckingham Palace for not being “working royals”.
The Queen banned the Sussexes and Andrew for the traditional Trooping the Color RAF flypast at their Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Instead, it was revealed that only “working royals” – including Charles and William – will join the line-up for the monumental weekend.
However, there are some non-working royals who will be seen on the palace balcony on June 2nd.
The Queen has made an exception for Princess Anne’s husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, who is not a working royal.
He will join his wife, the Queen’s only daughter, on the balcony for this momentous occasion.
Her Majesty’s two youngest grandchildren, Lady Louise and James, will also join the royal family for the spectacle – although they are not working royals.
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