Marking the end of this historic Platinum Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II has thanked everyone who came to celebrate and reaffirmed her commitment to serving the nation and the Commonwealth.
Her Majesty’s Jubilee has finally come to an end after a successful four-day celebration across the UK and the Commonwealth.
In the past few days, people from around the world have come together to thank the British Sovereign for her long service and dedication throughout the past 70 years, and she has returned this sentiment in a message released on the final day of celebrations.
The Queen said she felt ‘humbled’ and ‘inspired’ by the millions of people who marked the historic moment with gatherings in her honour, recalling her previous statement ahead of the long weekend.
As – in her words – ‘there is no guidebook to follow’ for such a historic event, Queen Elizabeth has reaffirmed her devotion and commitment to service and praised the support she received from her family.
The Queen has attended two Platinum Jubilee events only in person in which she appeared on Buckingham Palace balcony, Trooping the Colour and the Platinum Jubilee Pageant. She missed several of the events over the course of the weekend due to her ongoing mobility issues.
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