The Queen, 96, Walks to her Seat at Platinum Jubilee Celebration and is All Smiles as the Nation Salutes her 70 Years of Service Joined by Celebrities Including Tom Cruise amid Pageantry at Windsor Castle–Daniel Whyte III President of Gospel Light Society Says Congratulations to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on her Platinum Jubilee Celebration of 70 Years on the Throne of Great Britain and Says her Smile is the Best Ever and she will go Down in History as One of the Greatest Monarchs. However, Allow me to Take this Occasion to Warn her Again that if she Does Not Make the Church of England, Which she is Over, Repent of their Foolishness in Sanctioning and Endorsing Homosexuality and Homosexual Marriage in the Church, when she Dies, Which will be Soon, Over Half her Kingdom will Fall Away. Also, Due to the Fact that Both Prince Charles and Camilla are Both Divorced and Remarried and Living in Adultery and this is Against the Word of God, Prince Charles Should Abdicate and Not Take the Throne and you Should Appoint Prince William and Princess Kate as King and Queen or you Are Going to Lose Even More Countries from the Kingdom’s Commonwealth. Because they Disrespect the Monarchy because they Have Allowed Homosexuality and Homosexual Marriage in the Church and they Disrespect Charles and Camilla–Maybe Not Great Britain–but in Other Countries of the World because they Are Living in Adultery. So, Do as you Please and God Will Do as He Pleases. Congratulations, Have a Great Platinum Jubilee, and Long Live the Queen.

Queen Elizabeth II arrives for the A Gallop Through History Platinum Jubilee celebration at the Royal Windsor Horse Show this evening

The Queen tonight walked to her seat at the first of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations where an all-star lineup including Dame Helen Mirren, Tom Cruise and Katherine Jenkins performed alongside equestrian, military and musical talent from all over the world.

Her Majesty, 96, was greeted with a standing ovation at Windsor Castle and was all smiles in the stands after taking her seat with the help of a walking stick – allaying health fears over her mobility.

There was continued applause as the Queen made her way to her seat in the royal box, flanked by Simon Brooks-Ward, 45 – a Territorial Army officer and friend of the royals.

The monarch wore a grey cardigan and embellished blue dress, accessorised with pearl earrings and a matching necklace, black loafers and a handbag.

She was joined by the Earl and Countess of Wessex for the show that reflected her life-long passion for horses. A tri-service guard of honour featuring the Coldstream Guards, RAF Regiment and Royal Navy was also in place for the Queen’s arrival which was signalled by the National Anthem being played by military musicians.

Phillip Schofield and Julie Etchingham hosted the much-anticipated open-air show staged close to Windsor Castle – the same location as Her Majesty’s Golden Jubilee, Diamond Jubilee and 90th birthday.

During the televised event, Prince Charles said about his mother, The Queen: ‘[She has always] Coped with so many different challenges and always being there in a remarkable way.’

The ceremony was staged by the Royal Windsor Horse Show which has been welcoming spectators for the past three days including the monarch who spent part of her Friday touring the show grounds after earlier missing the State Opening of Parliament.

Dame Helen Mirren, 76, and Tom Cruise, 59, led the theatrical production, which was broadcast outside of Windsor Castle despite the rainy weather.

Hollywood A-lister Cruise, who appeared to be mobbed by fans as he arrived for the production, said it is ‘a real honour and privilege’ to be a part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Windsor.

He said: ‘What she has accomplished is historic. She has met presidents, world leaders, people from all walks of life. Not just Americans, but the world knows the dignity, devotion and kindness, that is what I have always felt about her. Someone that understands her position and has held it through a history that’s just been extraordinary the past 70 years.’

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Kaya Terry