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Queen Elizabeth’s plane was forced to abort landing in London on Tuesday, according to reports.

Her Majesty, 96, was traveling from her Balmoral residence in Scotland to Windsor Castle ahead of the long-awaited Platinum Jubilee celebrations taking place this week.

According to The Sun, the royal’s 13-seat plane landing at RAF Northolt air force base was caught up in Tuesday’s heavy storm, forcing the pilot to abort the landing.

Buckingham Palace confirmed to the outlet the flight’s delay.

“The Queen’s flight was delayed due to a lightning storm, all the correct procedures were followed and there were no safety concerns,” a Buckingham Palace spokesperson told the outlet.

After a 15-minute delay, the pilot successfully stuck the landing.

The Post reached out to Buckingham Palace for further comment.

Following the rocky journey, the Queen arrived back at Windsor Castle as she prepares for a week full of festivities to mark her 70-year reign, Buckingham Palace confirmed to The Sun.

The Platinum Jubilee will kick off with the traditional “Trooping the Color” parade on Thursday.

Prince William, Colonel of the Irish Guards, salutes during the Colonel's Review, the final rehearsal of the Trooping the Colour, the Queen's annual birthday parade.
Prince William, Colonel of the Irish Guards, salutes during the Colonel’s Review, the final rehearsal of the Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s annual birthday parade.
AP

Her Majesty is expected to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony alongside other senior members of the royal family, however, her appearance has not yet been confirmed.

On Saturday, a mega gig — dubbed the “Platinum Party At The Palace” — will take place at Buckingham Palace and will last around two and a half hours.

Alicia Keys, Hans Zimmer, Rod Stewart, and Duran Duran are just some of the iconic names expected to grace the royal stage.

Elton John will also take part in the extravaganza, though his performance will be pre-recorded as he is on a tour in Europe.

Queen guitarist Brian May revealed just how much this performance will mean to him after the iconic band famously performed on the roof of Buckingham Palace at the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002.


Queen Elizabeth’s plane was forced to abort landing in London on Tuesday, according to reports.

Her Majesty, 96, was traveling from her Balmoral residence in Scotland to Windsor Castle ahead of the long-awaited Platinum Jubilee celebrations taking place this week.

According to The Sun, the royal’s 13-seat plane landing at RAF Northolt air force base was caught up in Tuesday’s heavy storm, forcing the pilot to abort the landing.

Buckingham Palace confirmed to the outlet the flight’s delay.

“The Queen’s flight was delayed due to a lightning storm, all the correct procedures were followed and there were no safety concerns,” a Buckingham Palace spokesperson told the outlet.

After a 15-minute delay, the pilot successfully stuck the landing.

The Post reached out to Buckingham Palace for further comment.

Following the rocky journey, the Queen arrived back at Windsor Castle as she prepares for a week full of festivities to mark her 70-year reign, Buckingham Palace confirmed to The Sun.

The Platinum Jubilee will kick off with the traditional “Trooping the Color” parade on Thursday.

Prince William, Colonel of the Irish Guards, salutes during the Colonel's Review, the final rehearsal of the Trooping the Colour, the Queen's annual birthday parade.
Prince William, Colonel of the Irish Guards, salutes during the Colonel’s Review, the final rehearsal of the Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s annual birthday parade.
AP

Her Majesty is expected to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony alongside other senior members of the royal family, however, her appearance has not yet been confirmed.

On Saturday, a mega gig — dubbed the “Platinum Party At The Palace” — will take place at Buckingham Palace and will last around two and a half hours.

Alicia Keys, Hans Zimmer, Rod Stewart, and Duran Duran are just some of the iconic names expected to grace the royal stage.

Elton John will also take part in the extravaganza, though his performance will be pre-recorded as he is on a tour in Europe.

Queen guitarist Brian May revealed just how much this performance will mean to him after the iconic band famously performed on the roof of Buckingham Palace at the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002.

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