Queen Elizabeth Makes Surprise Final Jubilee Balcony Appearance,While Harry and Meghan Stay Unseen

Queen Elizabeth appeared twice in the grand finale of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London - once as a hologram and once in the body.

The Queen drove that day in 1953 in a big car that hadn't been seen on the streets of London for 20 years, in real life, so the result was that this was exactly the scene that had been recreated.

The Queen arrived at the palace from her home in Windsor, where she now lives full time, during a procession - featuring 6,000 artists and inspired by the Queen's 70-year government.

Along with her are Prince Charles, Camilla, Kate Middleton, Prince William and her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, who, for the second time on the anniversary this Sunday, became the star of social networks of their choice. facial expressions. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not there.

The cast of the Mamma Mia theater show then performed the "Dancing Queen" in front of the famous black gates of the palace, where the remaining inhabitants of the royal lodge were seen dancing.

Queen Elizabeth surprisingly appeared on the Last Jubilee Balcony Show, while Harry and Meghan remained invisible