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The Earl and Countess of Wessex visit Belfast to celebrate jubilee

The Earl and Countess of Wessex are visiting Northern Ireland to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The Earl and Countess will first visit Belfast, the place the Royal couple will be a part of members of the general public at a Fifties-themed celebration on Royal Avenue within the metropolis.

The occasion is to mark the third day of festivities to mark 70 years for the reason that Queen’s reign started.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex shall be in Belfast on Saturday to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee (Daniel Leal/PA)

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The earl and countess are meeting teams of performers, together with the Belfast Busking Band, and will hear tales of town’s numerous communities over the past 70 years, which shall be explored via style, images, music and dance.

The earl may even meet older members of the area people, introduced collectively by Age Friendly Belfast to share their reminiscences and experiences.

Meanwhile, the countess will take part with particular platinum jubilee craft actions, making crowns and corgis with college kids, earlier than viewing a showcase of style via the ages.

People attended a road social gathering on Donegal Pass in Belfast metropolis centre on Friday (Brian Lawless/PA)

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The couple may even attempt an area delicacy, the Belfast Bap, and will visit stalls on the Retro Jubilee Market.

Before leaving Belfast, the earl and countess will watch a group dance group carry out a routine that celebrates the final seven a long time.

The royal couple will then journey to their second engagement within the area on Saturday afternoon.

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