🇬🇧 Her Majesty is in! 🇬🇧 Made it safe and sound. Thanks to @kevincrowhurst for taking us on a bike ride through Hyde Park and around the major sights! Great first day #mnmeuro18#buckinghampalace#wemadeit
Watching the entrance and exit of the Changing of the Guard ceremony. We couldn't see the actual ceremony, it was too crowded. Also, I apologize that the video is crooked, it was very hot and very sunny out! 💂🏼♀️☀️😓 #buckinghampalace#london 🇬🇧 #changingoftheguard
Buckingham Palace happens to be open for public tours (it’s usually closed) and we got in! Such a wonderful experience with my BFF. It’s SPECTACULAR. We saw the State Rooms and Royal Mews. So worth it 🙌🏻 Photos aren’t allowed inside but swipe left for the grounds and royal coach, and on stories for an update from us! 🥂 #buckinghampalace#london#traveltheworld#royalfamily
Very proud of my husband Jethro Buck @jethro_buck Nine of his paintings are currently on show in Buckingham Palace - 'Prince and Patron' exhibition to mark His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales turning 70 this year. HRH Prince Charles chose the paintings displayed in the exhibition... he clearly loves trees as much as Jethro! The painting above named "Rub the sleep from your eyes" is on display. 🌲🌳🌴🌱🌿🌳 https://www.royalcollection.org.uk/collection/themes/exhibitions/prince-patron/buckingham-palace #hrhprincecharles#princeofwales#royalcollection @royal_collection_trust #jethrobuck @jethro_buck #buckinghampalace#london#royalfamily#princeandpatron
Fun facts about those picture perfect guards in London.... The guards at Buckingham Palace and St James Palace are on duty for 24 or 48 hours. During that time a Guardsman will have 2 hours on sentry duty and then 4 hours off. The Changing Of The Guard is free for tourists to check out. You just have to know when and where to go. In 2018, from August to May, the ceremony takes place on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. In June and July 2018, the ceremony occurs 7 days a week, though it is highly recommended that you check the schedule for any exceptions. Officially, the Changing begins at 11:00. However, Guards begin to leave the Royal Barracks and St. James Palace by 10:30. The Changing will not take place in
bad weather. If it is raining, chances are there will be no ceremony. If the weather is a bit changeable, police officers stationed around Buckingham Palace and the Victoria Memorial can be approached and asked if the Changing is going to be canceled. BUT with all that helpful information there for you, I definitely recommend reaching out to us before you plan your trip to
London. I’ll make sure you have accurate information and organized to maximize your time. So contact me today and let’s chat about your trip to London!