February 3, 2012 by staff
Queen’s Jubilee, Britain is pulling out all the stops to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 years on the throne, with five months of festivities to rival the extravagant wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton last year.
Here are the key events: February 6: The day the queen came to the throne following the death of her father will not be marked by any celebrations, and she will spend the day in Norfolk, eastern England, carrying out her normal engagements.
March 8: The queen begins a tour of Britain with trips to Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Other members of the royal family, led by Prince Charles and Prince William, set off on a global tour lasting several weeks.
March 20: The queen looks back on the key moments of her reign in a special address to the two chambers of parliament in London.
May 10, 11, 13: About 500 horses and 900 people take part in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant at Windsor, west of London, a colourful show giving a taste of the queen’s visits around the world.
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