THE Queen’s Silver Jubilee was watched by millions of people across the globe, with thousands throwing large parties in celebration.
But when was the historic event and how old was Her Mejesty at that time? We take a closer look, below…
The Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II marked the 25th anniversary of Her Majesty’s accession to the throne
When was the Queen’s Silver Jubilee and how old was she?
The Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II marked the 25th anniversary of Her Majesty’s accession to the throne.
The historic event officially took place in June of 1977, but celebrations continued throughout the year.
The Silver Jubilee was celebrated with huge parties and parades throughout the country and the Commonwealth that year.
More than one million people took to the streets of London to watch the Royal Family on their way to St Paul’s at the start of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebrations.
Her Majesty was 51 years old during her Silver Jubilee in 1977.
The Queen, dressed in pink on her Jubilee Day and accompanied by Prince Phillip, led the procession in the golden state carriage.
The historic event officially took place in June of 1977, but celebrations continued throughout the year
Does The Crown focus on Her Majesty’s Silver Jubilee?
Series three of The Crown will focus on events that took place between 1964 and 1976, including Charles’ investiture as the Prince of Wales as well as his first encounter with Camilla Parker Bowles.
Olivia Colman replaces Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, and the monarch’s Silver Jubilee is also a key part of the season.
Peter recently spoke about the underlying tensions in the third season of the hit show, saying: “The Crown rearranges everything within that family.
It rearranges precedents, principles and priorities and they cant be who they might want to be or indeed who theyre best suited to be.
Her Majesty was 51 years old during her Silver Jubilee in 1977