Back with a bang! Queen considering bumper Trooping the Colour ceremony for 2021
Queen: Expert discusses plans for Trooping the Colour
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Royal experts Chris Ship and Lizzie Robinson discussed the impact coronavirus has had on the Royal Family’s schedule. While speaking on their show, the Royal Rota, Mr Ship remarked said that while the official traditional parade on London streets remained cancelled, the Palace and Queen were having talks on having a larger scale mini Trooping The Colour in Windsor Castle.
Due to the Covid restrictions last year, the celebration was cancelled and a ceremony was held in Windsor Castle instead.
Mr Ship said: “We also hear that the Queen is considering doing a few more engagements.
“She has done a couple this year outside of Windsor Castle.
“We hear that Buckingham Palace is looking at how they could expand her role slightly.
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“They may even make Trooping The Colour, which is sort of the mini trooping of Windsor this year, maybe make it slightly bigger than it was last year.”
Ms Robinson also reflected on how important face-to-face interactions were for the Royal Family.
She added: “I think the UK is beginning to open up as Covid restrictions list.
“This means that the Queen and the Royal Family can get out and about a bit more and do a bit more.
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“Of course for them, being able to see people face to face is really important.
“They have all been really keen to be able to do that.
“As of when they can we will see more of them and that will include the Queen.”
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