Elizabeth II: this unusual nickname given by Boris Johnson to the Queen before her jubilee

Elizabeth II: this unusual nickname given by Boris Johnson to the Queen before her jubilee

Elizabeth II received Boris Johnson. The British Prime Minister thus had touching words for the Monarch who will celebrate her 70 years of reign. He also gave the queen a quirky little nickname.

  • Queen Elizabeth II receives Boris Johnson
  • The British Prime Minister then had touching words for the Queen
  • He even gave her a little nickname

In a few days, Elizabeth II will celebrate her 70 years of reign. An event for all Britons who will be able to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee. Thus, Boris Johnson went to the Monarch. As revealed by our colleagues from Mirror, the British Prime Minister had touching words for the Queen of Englandwhich he then nicknamed Elizabeth The Great, which can be translated as the Great, the Grandiose. A nice qualifier.

Boris Johnson later told Elizabeth II: “No monarch has ever served the country so long and, even more importantly, no monarch has ever served it so well. She embodies the very idea of ​​what a constitutional monarchy should be,” he pronounced. Subsequently, the Prime Minister paid tribute to these 70 years of reign of the Queen during which she advised more than 170 heads of government and made no less than 21,000 official engagements! Boris Johnson ended his speech with: “In the name of the whole nation, Vivat Regina Elizabetha! God save Queen Elizabeth”.

Elizabeth II: 200,000 festivities planned to celebrate the jubilee

The Queen’s Jubilee promises to be grand. From June 2 to 5, many festivities are organized to celebrate the 70 years of reign of the Queen of England: “The Queen is the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, having acceded to the throne on February 6, 1952, at the age of 25”, Buckingham Palace said. While London will obviously be the heart of the festivities, 200,000 other events are organized across the country. The British will have the right to two public holidays to celebrate the 70 years of reign of Elizabeth II.

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An event for all Britons who will be able to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.

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Thus, Boris Johnson went to the Monarch.

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As revealed by our colleagues from the Mirror, the British Prime Minister had touching words for the Queen of England,

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whom he then nicknamed Elizabeth The Great, which can be translated as the Great, the Grandiose.

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A nice qualifier.

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Boris Johnson subsequently told Elizabeth II.

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“No monarch has ever served the country for so long and, even more importantly,”

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“no monarch has ever served him so well.”

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“She embodies the very idea of ​​what a constitutional monarchy should be,” he said.

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Subsequently, the Prime Minister paid tribute to these 70 years of reign of the Queen

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during which she advised more than 170 heads of government

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and has made no less than 21,000 official commitments!

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Boris Johnson ended his speech with.

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“In the name of the whole nation, Vivat Regina Elizabetha! God save Queen Elizabeth”.

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The Queen’s Jubilee promises to be grand.

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From June 2 to 5, many festivities are organized to celebrate the 70 years of reign of the Queen of England.

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Queen Elizabeth II
“The Queen is the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee,”

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“after acceding to the throne on February 6, 1952, at the age of 25,” Buckingham Palace said.

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While London will obviously be the heart of the festivities, 200,000 other events are organized across the country.

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The British will have the right to two public holidays to celebrate the 70 years of reign of Elizabeth II.

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