The Queen’s Palace garden parties were cancelled due to a coronavirus pandemic.

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Queen’s garden parties have been cancelled again.

The social gatherings, typically held at London’s Buckingham Palace and Edinburgh’s Holyroodhouse Palace, were deemed unfeasible after the reintroduction of lockdown steps in Scotland and England.

“The decision has been made that the garden parties will not take place in 2021.” a spokesman for the palace said.

After the first lockdown in the U.K, the garden parties were also cancelled in 2020. -and all invitees were to be invited to the garden parties this year instead.

But the plans that have been delayed until 2021 have now been scrapped as well.

Tributes were paid to those who were expected to attend last year on the social media pages of the royal family.

“Today would have been the second garden party of the season at Buckingham Palace, and so we hear from some of the guests invited this year who will be welcomed in 2021 instead.” pic.twitter.com/yiSV5YRBZQ.

– The Royal Family May 19, 2020 (@RoyalFamily)

We thank you for your service to all of this year’s guests and look forward to seeing you at the garden party next year, pic.twitter.com/NS5gUYY4Al

– The Royal Family May 19, 2020 (@RoyalFamily)

Among those highlighted was Dr. Sanjiv Nichani, who has been employed for more than 20 years as a pediatric consultant at Leicester Children’s Hospital and is the founder of the Healing Little Hearts charity.

One guest attending the garden party next year is Dr. Sanjiv Nichani, who has served as a pediatric consultant at Leicester Children’s Hospital for more than 20 years at pic.twitter.com/AEm0REXpWXpWXp

– The Royal Family May 19, 2020 (@RoyalFamily)

The group sends volunteer teams of doctors and nurses to carry out free heart operations on infants, children and adolescents around the world.

In appreciation of their efforts supporting their communities during the flooding, about 50 individuals have earned invitations.

Matt Coley of Lincolnshire, who tirelessly helped fill and distribute sandbags in his region, was among them.

Almost 50 individuals were invited to garden parties this year to celebrate their role in supporting their communities during the flood disaster.

Lincolnshire’s Matt Coley has sacrificed several hours of filling and distributing sandbags in his pic.twitter.com/hXrXd09hjYYd09hjYYd09hXrXd09hjYYd09hjYy distribution of sandbags in his region

– The Royal Family May 19, 2020 (@RoyalFamily)

It was also arranged for Evelyn Karstadt to visit in 2021.

For her volunteer work in Barking and Dagenham, she won a British Empire Award.

She urged other older individuals to learn new IT skills through the Silver Surfers computer course to escape loneliness, having completed the course herself at the age of 85.

Also, in 2021, Evelyn Karstadt will be a guest. For her charitable work in Barking and Dagenham, she won a British Empire Award, inspiring other elderly people to learn new IT skills and escape loneliness via the “Silver Surfers” computer course pic.twitter.com/nRtMTMPFWFF.

– The Royal Family May 19, 2020 (@RoyalFamily)

It is known that deadlines were approaching for the staging of summer activities, but it was not currently possible to schedule if they would be feasible – taking into account the arrangements of Covid 19.

Contractors involved in planning the major events, to which tens of thousands of individuals would be invited, have been told, he said.

Guests at a Buckingham Palace garden party
The Guard Yeomen marching at a garden party

While the event is held outside, visitors gather to watch the queen and elderly royals circulate through lanes of people – many of them elderly.

Guests also line up in tents for tea and take seats in nearby chairs. Roughly 27,000 cups of tea, 20,000 sandwiches and 20,000 pieces of cake are eaten at each gathering.

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