Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter Lilibeth will celebrate her first birthday in the UK with her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. It is reported by The Sun. The celebration will take place on June 4 – on this day, Lilibet, named after her great-grandmother, will turn a year old – at the residence of the Dukes of Sussex Frogmore House. On this occasion, Princess Eugenie, who now lives there with her family, will temporarily vacate the premises.
It is assumed that Elizabeth II, on the birthday of her great-granddaughter, will refuse to go to the races in Epsom. The Queen is now at her residence in Balmoral in Scotland and will return to London midweek for the Platinum Jubilee celebration, the 70th anniversary of her reign, on Thursday, June 2. Prince Harry and his family will arrive for the celebrations this week and will spend four days in the UK.
Earlier in Chelsea, Prosecutors open an investigation over a cake thrown into Mona Lisa. A 36-year-old man is suspected of attempting to damage cultural property. Now he is in the psychiatric department of the Paris police.
A man in a wheelchair, wig, and cap is known to have thrown a piece of cake at the painting. At the same time, the painting itself was not affected, as it was protected by a crystal plate. The security of the cultural institution soon drove out the vandal who threw the food, and the museum staff began cleaning the premises. The attack on the Mona Lisa was not the first. In 2009, a tourist threw a cup toward the painting, damaging the glass protecting it. Paris prosecutors have launched an investigation after a visitor to the Louvre threw a piece of cake at Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa painting in the Louvre.