July 4, 2022

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Queen Elizabeth II burns the ‘Tree of Trees’ in the garden of Buckingham Palace

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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations are in full swing. Yesterday, Elizabeth II, together with her grandson Prince William, lit the main lighthouse of Great Britain and the entire Commonwealth.

The Tree of Trees is the nation’s symbolic globe and includes 350 plants designed to pay tribute to the emperor; And there’s also a beautiful conclusion to the Queen’s Green Canopy’s “green” initiative, whose slogan was: “Plant a tree for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.”

It is worth noting that Elizabeth II led the lighting of the lighthouse at Windsor Castle, while Prince William represented the monarch at Buckingham Palace, where the official candle-playing ceremony took place.

The lighthouse is shaped like a tree and is 70 feet tall (a reference to the 70 years of the emperor’s rule on the throne). After the Tree of Trees Lighthouse was officially published, around 3,000 lighthouses across the UK were illuminated at the same time.

The ceremony at Windsor Castle took place in the main quadrant of the residence and was organized by Bruno Pique, who is also the project manager of the Platinum Jubilee Lighthouse project.”. The Queen appeared at the celebration in a turquoise suit and white gloves.

The emperor’s image was completed with multi-layered beads and a special brooch in honor of the historical date. At Buckingham Palace, the process was led by Sir Nicholas Bacon, chairman of the Green Initiative, and the Tree Tree Lighthouse designer Thomas Heatherwick. The event was attended by school children as well as young men and women participating in the Scouts, Girlguiding and Royal Commonwealth Fund movements.

Bruno Pique said that from Tonga to India and Rwanda, lights were lit throughout the Commonwealth. “The Queen is our country, nation and Commonwealth. I believe she is the one person that everyone really looks up to. She raised wonderful heirs; she can be proud of her succession.”

The Queen knows what humility and modesty are and even at this age she understands that she has a huge responsibility on her shoulders. Created by Thomas Heatherwick, Tree of Trees is a message of hope, rebirth and optimism to the nation and the world.”

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