New BBC documentary The Coronation will be released in February 2018. Queen Elizabeth II reveals facts that were kept in secret for many years.
If you’re a big fan of the British royal family, and especially of Queen Elizabeth II, don’t forget to turn on ABC channel on February 4, 7.40 p.m. Australian time, because exactly then the new BBC documentary called The Coronation will be aired.
It will focus on Queen’s coronation that took place back in 1953, when she was only 25 years old, and also will feature an interview of Her Majesty conducted by Alastair Bruce.
As it turned out, this new film will reveal some
details about Her Majesty the Queen the public has never known before.
The old lady interviewed by Sky News reporter reveals the truth about her past and past of her family with such a humor that you definitely won’t be able to stop smiling.
Queen Elizabeth II isn’t keen on luxurious jewelry as you might think seeing her outfits.
Though the head of the British royal family is often seen wearing jewelry she isn’t really interested in these knickknacks.
It’s true that she owns a lot of them, but the monarch views all the jewelry as symbols that show the people who meet her that she’s the Queen.
So Elizabeth II considers decorating herself with precious
stones and metals as a part of her job.
She couldn’t look down to read her speech and was afraid that her neck would brake because of how heavy the regalia was.
Despite this fact, she agrees that monarch symbols are very
Queen herself didn’t know for a long time that her father, King George VI,
directed all the royal jewels be hidden in a simple biscuit box and then buried
under the Windsor Castle’s secret exit.
After the ceremony, her father asked her to write down everything she remembered from that day because it was very valuable for him.
The details written down with a red pencil were really sweet. The moment she remembered the best was the service where they all had to pray for the new King.
The child and her granny were quite bored so they decided to look how many pages were left.
Seeing the world “Finis” at the bottom of the page they
exchanged smiles and turned back to the service.
Based on materials: nowtolove.com.au