Plans for Queen Elizabeth II‘s historic Platinum Jubilee have been underway for some time. And now many details of what will take place and when have been announced. It has also been revealed just who will be attending certain celebrations.
An event ahead of the Trooping the Colour parade will be at the Royal Windsor Horse Show and one of the queen’s granddaughters, who has never been seen out in public before, will be there. Of course, many royal watchers have been wondering if it’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s daughter Lilibet. Read on to find out.
How many great-grandchildren Queen Elizabeth II has
The royal family matriarch and her husband Prince Philip had four children, eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
Princess Anne‘s son, Peter, has two children Savannah and Isla Phillips. Peter’s sister, Zara, is a mom of three youngsters–Mia, Lena, and Lucas Tindall. Prince William has Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Prince Harry is a father to Archie and Lilibet. Prince Eugenie has one son named August Philip Hawke Brooksbank. And her sister Princess Beatrice welcomed a daughter, Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi, in September 2021.
For as much as we see the royal family members photographed out and about, it is interesting that a few of the monarch’s grandkids have never been seen in public. But that’s about to change.
Which of the queen’s great-granddaughters will be seen in public for the first time?
It’s not Lilibet but Princess Beatrice’s daughter, Sienna, who will be reportedly making her first public appearance during the “Gallop Through History.”
According to the Mirror, Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandkids are set to take part in the event at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, beginning on May 19. Each night, the four-day show will bring together 500 horses and over 1,000 performers to tell the story of the monarchy from the time of Elizabeth I. The performance will also have the youngest royals riding in a carriage.
It’s not believed that Meghan and Harry are traveling back to England for this particular event. Therefore, Archie and Lilibet won’t be part of the procession.
Some of the queen’s grandchildren will be part of Jubilee celebrations as well
Footage was leaked on social media of 10 of the queen’s great-grandchildren playing in a carriage parked out front of Windsor Castle. In the video, it appears that Kate Middleton and Princess Eugenie are there watching the little ones.
Some of the monarch’s grandkids including Lady Louise will be part of the festivities as well. Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex’s daughter will reportedly drive her grandfather the late Prince Philip’s carriage at the horse show celebrations. That moment will certainly be a touching one because the Duke of Edinburgh, who died on April 9, 2021, loved carriage driving since the ’70s and actually taught Louise the sport.
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