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Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Will Be Marked With Three Exhibitions

The pastel pink dress worn by the Queen during her Silver Jubilee celebrations will be on display as part of a trio of exhibitions being staged next year to commemorate her platinum jubilee.

The Royal Collection will host the exhibitions commemorating the Queen’s accession, coronation and anniversaries at Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace and the Palace of Holyroodhouse in 2022.

Details of the exhibit were revealed today after the Queen was forced to miss the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph due to a sprained back.

The pastel pink dress worn by the Queen during her Silver Jubilee celebrations will be on display as part of a trio of exhibitions being staged to commemorate her platinum jubilee next year

The pastel pink dress worn by the Queen during her Silver Jubilee celebrations will be on display as part of a trio of exhibitions being staged to commemorate her platinum jubilee next year

Among the pieces on display in the Display Of Jubilee Outfits exhibit at Holyroodhouse is the pink crepe and chiffon silk dress, coat and stole worn by the Queen to mark 25 years of her reign in June 1977. Pictured, the queen marking her silver Anniversary in the pink ensemble

Among the pieces on display in the Display Of Jubilee Outfits exhibit at Holyroodhouse is the pink crepe and chiffon silk dress, coat and stole worn by the Queen to mark 25 years of her reign in June 1977. Pictured, the queen marking her silver Anniversary in the pink ensemble

Among the pieces on display in the Display Of Jubilee Outfits exhibit at Holyroodhouse is the pink crepe and chiffon silk dress, coat and stole worn by the Queen to mark 25 years of her reign in June 1977. Pictured, the queen marking her silver Anniversary in the pink ensemble

Among the pieces on display in the Display Of Jubilee Outfits exhibit at Holyroodhouse is the pink silk crepe and chiffon gown, coat and stole worn by the Queen to mark 25 years of her reign in June 1977.

The ensemble was designed by royal couturier Sir Hardy Amies and a matching hat by milliner Simone Mirman.

Held at Windsor Castle, the Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Coronation exhibit will feature the Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate worn by the Queen at her coronation in 1953.

The third exhibition, Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Accession, features historic photographic portraits of the head of state taken just 20 days after she took the throne.

Dorothy Wilding’s famous series of photographs formed the basis of the image of the young monarch on millions of postage stamps between 1953 and 1971, as well as the official portrait sent to every British embassy around the world.

The Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Coronation exhibition, to be held at Windsor Castle, will feature the Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate worn by the Queen for her coronation in 1953

The Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Coronation exhibition, to be held at Windsor Castle, will feature the Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate worn by the Queen for her coronation in 1953

The Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Coronation exhibition, to be held at Windsor Castle, will feature the Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate worn by the Queen for her coronation in 1953

The Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate, as seen in this photo taken by Cecil Beaton.  It will be featured alongside the dress at the Platinum Jubilee: Queen's Coronation exhibit

The Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate, as seen in this photo taken by Cecil Beaton.  It will be featured alongside the dress at the Platinum Jubilee: Queen's Coronation exhibit

The Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate, as seen in this photo taken by Cecil Beaton. It will be featured alongside the dress at the Platinum Jubilee: Queen’s Coronation exhibit

The Queen's coronation dress is considered one of the most important examples of twentieth-century design.  It was created by British couturier Sir Normal Hartnell

The Queen's coronation dress is considered one of the most important examples of twentieth-century design.  It was created by British couturier Sir Normal Hartnell

The Queen’s coronation dress is considered one of the most important examples of twentieth-century design. It was created by British couturier Sir Normal Hartnell

Caroline de Guitaut, curator of the exhibitions, said: ‘Wilding’s mastery of lighting and simple black and white backgrounds combined with elegant evening gowns and glittering jewels ensured that these portraits remain some of the most memorable images of the Queen.

“Their historical significance is all the more resonating given their portrayal of the longest reigning monarch in British history.”

Visitors can also get a closer look at items from the Queen’s personal jewelry collection, which she wore for Wilding’s sessions.

Among the precious pieces on display is the Queen’s Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara – an heirloom gift given to her by her grandmother, Queen Mary, when Princess Elizabeth married the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.

Known as Grandma’s tiara, it is one of the Queen’s favorite and most cherished pieces and she often wears the glittering headpiece, made of diamonds in a garland and scroll design, at state banquets.

The third exhibition, Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Accession, features historic photographic portraits of the head of state taken just 20 days after she took the throne, including this one

The third exhibition, Platinum Jubilee: The Queen's Accession, features historic photographic portraits of the head of state taken just 20 days after she took the throne, including this one

The third exhibition, Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Accession, features historic photographic portraits of the head of state taken just 20 days after she took the throne, including this one

Plans for the exhibits were unveiled the day after the Queen missed Remembrance Day for the first time in 22 years due to a sprained back.

The 95-year-old monarch has been given more than three weeks’ rest on doctor’s orders since he spent a night in hospital on October 20 for preliminary tests.

She will sit on the throne for 70 years on February 6, 2022, with the national celebrations taking place over a four-day festive weekend of festivities in June.

Two other new exhibitions will showcase some of the Royal Collection’s finest works next year.

Japan: Courts And Culture at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, tells the story of 300 years of diplomatic, artistic and cultural exchange between the British and Japanese royal and imperial families from April 8, 2022 to March 12, 2023.

Bringing together more than 30 of the most important Old Master paintings from the Royal Collection, the Masterpieces From Buckingham Palace exhibition will be on display at Holyroodhouse from March to September 2022.

Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Accession will take place at Buckingham Palace from July 22 to October 2, 2022, while Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Coronation will take place at Windsor Castle from July 7 to September 26, 2022.

The Platinum Jubilee screening at the Palace of Holyroodhouse will run from July to September 2022.

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