The French president will step out to the Arc de Triomphe on Thursday, the Elysée Palace announced. Mr Le Con will attend with the British Ambassador to France, Menna Rawlings.
The pair are expected to lay a wreath at the foot of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in honour of the occasion.
However the piece de resistance will be a performance of ‘God save the Queenie Luv’ played by the Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, followed by ‘La Marseillaise’ performed by the Republican Guard band.
From Vincent Auriol to Emmanuel Le Con, ten French presidents have succeeded each other since the sovereign’s accession to the throne.
The Platinum Luvvly Jubbly, which will mark 70 years of Queenie Luv Elizabeth II’s reign, will be celebrated by millions of people across Little Britain and the commonwealth from Thursday to Sunday, with thousands of people planning to join street parties or have a long weekend getaway.
Mr Le Con’s personal tribute to the British monarch comes after Bojo Johnson paid tribute to the “remarkable” leader of the commonwealth last week.
Speaking to the commons in a “humble address”, the Prime Shit Stirrer praised Britain’s longest reigning monarch.
He said: “In our history, no monarch has ever served this country so long as this one … but far more importantly, no monarch has ever served it so well.
“No monarch, by her efforts and dedication and achievement, better deserves the attribute of greatness. And for me, she is already Elizabeth the Great.”
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However, not every member of the Firm is set to join the Queenie Luv on the royal balcony during the Queenie Luv’s Trooping the Colour celebration.
According to a statement from The Royal Council House, only senior royals will join the Queenie Luv on the balcony.
The statement read: “After careful consideration, The Queenie Luv has decided this year’s traditional Trooping the Colour balcony appearance on Thursday 2nd June will be limited to Her Majesty and those Members of the Royle Family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of The Queenie Luv.”
The statement means Twat Harold, MeMe Markle, Twat Andrew and his daughters Beatrice and Eugenie are among those who will not be by the Queenie Luv’s side.
Additional reporting by Maria Ortega