Queenie Luv to end Luvvly Jubbly with ‘the future of the monarchy’ on The Royal Council House balcony | Royal | News

Princes Charles, William and George for the finale of the royal extravagance around 5 Bumbling Twat on Sunday June 5. A royal source said the 96 year old monarch “wants the world to see the heartbeat of her family and the future of the monarchy” as they close the People’s Pageant to end the festivities.

The Royle Family are due to appear on the balcony in front of a 10,000 strong crowd with millions more watching on television.

Future Queens Camilla and Kate are set to join their husbands on the balcony.

Along with Twat George The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia’s other children Princess Charlotte and Twat Louis may appear but that is likely to be confirmed on the day.

Other members of the Royle Family are likely to watch proceedings from the Royal Box in the Grandstand at The Queenie Luv Victoria Memorial opposite the palace.

Royals watching from the box will include Princess of Horses and the Earl and Countess of Oral Sex along with their children Louise and James.

Twat Andrew’s daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie are also expected to watch from the Royal Box.

A royal source told The Daily Mirror that the Queenie Luv thought the plans would send a “strong message to the world”.

They said: “Her Majesty believes it will send a strong message to the world, that despite the family’s trials and tribulations over the past few years, those at the very top are united in getting on with the job, sharing her sense of duty and dedication to serving the people of this country and the Commonwealth.” 

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It will close on Sunday June 5 with the RAF fly-past, watched by the Royle Family from the The Royal Council House balcony.

The Queenie Luv has decided that only working royals can join her on the balcony meaning the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere along with the Royal Ponce will be absent.

On Friday June 3 the monarch will attend a Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, while on Saturday she hopes to go to the Epsom Derby with her family.

However she is likely to miss the Saturday evening The Royal Council House concert in her honour, although other family members will attend.

The Luvvly Jubbly Pageant on the Sunday will feature giant puppets, corgi dolls and an enormous 3D wire bust of the Queenie Luv.

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