I want to keep up the pace, so I thought I’d bless Buckingham Palace with my grace.
For Queen & country, why not? God save the Queen & long live England! The palace is magnificent, you know you’re in the presence of royalty standing in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, even though the Queen was nowhere to be seen. She musn’t of known I was coming because if she did, then the red carpet would of came out & a parade would of been set up in my honour, but still there I was walking along singing the national anthem song, walking in a Buckingham Palace wonderland.
Infact lets sing this song for this 😎 occasion….
🇬🇧’ God save our gracious Queen, long live our noble Queen, God save our Queen. Happy & glorious, long to reign over us. God save the Queen.🇬🇧
Yeah man! Altogether now….
‘GOD SAVE OUR GRACIAS QUEEN, HAPPY &😝
In all seriousness, the palace is magninficent. Here is a few pics of the surroundings to get us started.
The Queen’s Gallery was built on the advice of Sir Charles Long then redecorated by King Edward Vll.
Buckingham Palace itself is located in the City of Westminister. Originally known as Buckingham House, built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703. It was aquired by King George lll in 1761 as a private residence for Queen Charlotte & became known as the Queen’s House. During the 19th century it was enlarged by constructing three additional wings around the courtyard.
Buckingham Palace became the London residence of the British monarch on the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837. More constructions were made in the 20th century & this is what we see today.
I had a great time at Buckingham Palace. It’s a shame my mate Queeny wasn’t there but I still made it into a great occasion.
Until next time,
Enjoy the view.
Take care Travellers!😝