How does Queen Elizabeth the Second observe the anniversary of her accession to the throne of the United Kingdom?
Princess Elizabeth ascended the throne on February 6, 1952 as Queen Elizabeth the Second. How does the queen observe the anniversary of her accession?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
Since it coincides with the death of her father, King George VI, it has been her custom to mark the anniversary privately by spending time at her Sandringham home.
- RicoLv 61 month ago
On Accession Day, traditionally the Queen and her family would attend a service of thanksgiving. It is not normally a public event, all Church of England places of worship are supposed to be open to the public to hold services to mark the occasion. In Jubilee years the service the royal family attends is an official event.
- Anonymous1 month ago
As other have said, she stays at Sandringham,
but she certainly does not have a mass said.
Worship is at the local C of E Church of St Mary Magdalene.
- CloLv 71 month ago
The Queen is as Sandringham House at this time of year and she usually has a private mass said. The sad occasion is marked privately.