What is the order of service for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee?


THE Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is just around the corner and preparations are up and running to celebrate one of Her Majesty’s greatest milestones in the monarchy.

An order of service will take place as part of the weekend’s festivities and here is all you need to know about it.

An order of service will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

What is the order of service for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee?

Her Majesty will be celebrating 70 years in the monarchy in 2022.

Throughout this period, she has been of service to the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth.

That is why on Friday, June 3, a Thanksgiving service to the Queen will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral at 11.30am.

It will include bible readings, anthems, prayers and congregational hymns, all with the aim of expressing their gratitude towards the Queen’s service.

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The service will also include a new anthem written by Judith Weir.

The Master of The Queen’s Music is an anthem with words from the third chapter of the Book of Proverbs.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are also expected to join the Queen to this service.

If they do, it will officially be the first outing together with the entire Royal Family since they quit the Firm in 2020.

What is The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee?

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is being held to celebrate the 70 years of Her Majesty on the throne.

This is the first time that any monarch reached such a milestone and the UK is preparing to celebrate and go all out more than ever.

Below, we bring you all you need to know about festivities, dates to note down and the most important person throughout this weekend, The Queen.

How can I live stream The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee parade?

The Platinum Jubilee will be shown on TV across the four-day bank holiday weekend.

Celebrations commence on Thursday, June 2, 2022 and end on Sunday, June 5.

BBC One will broadcast the Platinum Party from Buckingham Palace live.

Radio 2 will also be broadcasting live, so if you’re not by the TV, you can listen to all the liver performances on your radio.

All coverage will be available on the BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub.

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Another way to see the Platinum Party concert live is by attending the Jubilee Picnic in the Park on Windsor’s Long Walk.

The concert is officially sold out, with 100,000 people expected to attend the event.