Emmanuel Macron will not attend the celebrations of the 70 years of reign of Elizabeth II. But the French president sent a very nice gift to the Queen of England…
The Queen of England celebrates from this Thursday, June 2, her platinum jubilee, an event which marks the 70 years of reign of Elizabeth II. On this occasion, four days of celebration – declared public holidays – are organized in the United Kingdom. Military parade, high mass in Saint Paul’s Cathedral, horse racing, free concert or grand parade, Buckingham has seen things big.
Fabuleu de Maucour joined London
If Emmanuel Macron will not go to London to take part in the festivities, he has not forgotten to send a gift to the Queen of England. And what a gift! This Wednesday, June 1, Fabuleu de Maucour, a magnificent gray horse of the Republican Guard, left his regiment to join London. Elizabeth II will also receive a saber and saddle.
The Republican Guard thus loses one of its 470 horses. As in 2018. It was then the President of the People’s Republic of China who received Vesuvius from Brekka, an 8-year-old gelding, as a gift.