Queen Elizabeth and prince Charles appeared back at the opening: Here is the explanation

As tradition prescribes it, kept queen Elizabeth's speech at Thursday's opening of the English parliament. But several otherwise usual, and royal traditions w

Queen Elizabeth and prince Charles appeared back at the opening: Here is the explanation

As tradition prescribes it, kept queen Elizabeth's speech at Thursday's opening of the English parliament. But several otherwise usual, and royal traditions were overlooked in this instance.

the Parliament's opening session belongs to the formal side of the scale.

Why has queen Elizabeth and prince Charles' less formal appearance caused a stir. In particular, when comparing with parliament opening in October earlier in the year.

The writing several british media, including the Independent.

First and foremost, arrived with queen Elizabeth and prince Charles to parliament in the car rather than a horse-drawn carriage, which otherwise is customary.

in Addition, their attire has been a topic of conversation.

Here bar the queen a dress and hat. Something of a contrast with the previous opening, where she wore a royal robe with a crown on his head.

Prince Charles was wearing a 'morning suit' and not a classic uniform with medals on his chest.

the Explanation behind the changes, parliament has explained on its website, where the opening timing and the calendar month has the game check.

'because of the unique circumstances of the election (it happened so quickly after the previous, red.), and that christmas is close to, parliament's opening to take place with fewer ceremonial elements,' is written there.

Queen Elizabeth is always in place at the parliament's opening session, where she, on behalf of the british government keeps talking.

It is also in custom with tradition, parliament in the Uk will be opened with a speech from the queen. In the speech presented the government's plan for the future, as marking 'a new start', if you will.

Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 23:00

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