Where is Queen Elizabeth? The historical picture shows her today in the midst of a sea of ​​women

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Last February, a Queen Isabel II, who will turn 96 on April 21, celebrated the 70th anniversary of his accession to the British throne. That was 1952. Seven decades have passed since then, which is why this summer the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be celebrated with great fanfare across the UK..

From the royal family’s official Instagram account, a very special notice has been sent out 70 days before the big Jubilee weekend celebration, from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June:

“Over the next 70 days, as we countdown to the weekend of the #Platinum Jubilee, we will be sharing a portrait of the Queen, each representing one year of Her Majesty’s 70-year reign.”

The photograph of the day, corresponding to 1965, was taken from a distance in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, where a party was held in honor of the women of the Women’s Institute..

The message accompanying the memorial photo reads, “Every year, about 30,000 people are invited to Buckingham Palace for a garden party.”

Can you find the queen? The image is reminiscent of the illustrations by British artist Martin Handford and his famous picture “Where’s Wally?”

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