Brits in Singapore celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, where the British High Commissioner to Singapore attended some of the events. His Excellency Antony Phillipson, British High Commissioner to Singapore, was the Guest of Honour at the British Club Gala Dinner and the Tanglin Trust Diamond Jubilee Fete.
God Save the Queen As a royalist, I feel having a national anthem about our Queen is a fantastic thing. Republicans argue (they always do) that God Save The Queen shouldn't be Britain's anthem because it's 'all about...
The British Embassy in Washington hosted a garden party on 4 June to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The British High Commission celebrated the Diamond Jubilee by holding a street party, with elephant rides, face painting, bouncy castle, music and food, Sunday 3 June 2012. The Diamond Jubilee celebrations mark 60 years of Her Majesty the Queen’s reign. The celebrations also explain why Britain is such a creative, open, connected and dynamic country to live, work and visit.
GREAT British Flash Mob! The GREAT Campaign came to life at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) on May 24 2012, with an exciting flash mob near the international food court (performed to 'Jumpstart' by These Kids Wear Crowns). Dancers were dressed as the Spice Girls, The Beatles, Austin Powers, David Beckham, Elton John and Harry Potter, alongside Union Jack T-Shirts - celebrating GREAT Britain.
Today’s Diamond Jubilee Parade and Muster is an opportunity for the Armed Forces to demonstrate the esteem that they have for their Commander-in-Chief. As they come to Windsor in their thousands, they add their congratulations and thanks to countless others for sixty years of unstinting support and service to them, and the millions who have gone before them during The Queen’s reign. CROWN COPYRIGHT
Central Park Celebrates Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee With "The Great British Run" on 31 May Photo by Jason Lewis.
HMS Diamond was led into the harbour by two Royal Navy patrol vessels – HMS Raider and HMS Blazer The event included the launch of a cocktail created for the Navy by the celebrated Dukes Hotel in London’s Mayfair, called Dukes Royal Navy Jubilee. Dukes Royal Navy Jubilee cocktails are raised in a toast to Her Majesty The Queen. CROWN COPYRIGHT