ROYAL BERKSHIRE • WINDSOR, ENGLAND – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who is celebrating her Diamond Jubilee this summer, has a long and trusted relationship with the media.
The Queen is head of the British Royal Family and has a long and trusted relationship with the British media. (Offical Diamond Jubilee image)
They’ve reported on every public engagement she’s made during her 60 years as monarch of Great Britain and the Commonwealth.
As the video above shows, courtesy of the BBC, the world’s cameras were in London this weekend to record the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace.
Hundreds of millions of viewers around the world watched this special tribute – with performers from every decade of the Queen’s reign taking part.
The coverage of Royal Affairs is subject to strict protocol – specially by television crews, who’ve followed her on camera ever since she ascended to the throne in 1952.
There is a strict protocol to be observed by the media in the coverage of public engagements by the Royal Family (official image courtesy of Amateur Photographer
In this second part of his series of Royal Recollections, Space Coast Daily.com’s guest writer Keith Malone, who spent 25 years as a TV news reporter and presenter, brings us more of his encounters with the most famous family in the world.