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Lots of pomp and pageantry for the queen of England four days.
-- parties parades and concerts to celebrate queen Elizabeth's sixty years on the throne.
Reuters columnist Nicholas lob shot is here to share the -- significance.
And let's go across the pond as they say to our royal watcher Robert Webster -- standing by to tell us.
About -- -- -- Diamond Jubilee gentlemen thanks so much for being there.
Great pleasure to be here -- -- -- -- a very happy Diamond Jubilee weekend you and your team -- sure sounds festive so tell us.
You know what -- significance is beyond that she's been on the -- for sixty years what's the significance for us here in the states about this weekend.
Well I think one of the things is actually rather remarkable is that this woman has something of a -- American experience don't forget she's the product itself.
And of the Second World War generation and chat so she and America's were shared struggle and sacrifice and she's up.
A woman who's been devoted to juicy.
And -- sixty years we've seen selfless devotion to and selfless service to the community.
And so I think in many ways America shares up ticket because of its experiences during the Second World War.
-- -- -- shared values shared traditions and that's -- gradual Malloy really interested in what's going on.
-- is another part of it I'll be honest.
Is not necessarily sentimentality.
It's all the gland and the glitz and the pageantry and Robert I want out.
Ask yes -- necklace I want to ask you about that who is going to be involved in these four days.
Well you could principle we have this amazing several mile long royal flotilla which is going -- and intends on going up ten strictly percent rise Tower Bridge.
And that has all sorts of people on board including the queen that's been like handel's water music from centuries ago it's going to be extraordinary thing.
But then in terms of celebrity this is an amazing -- which has.
Almost every great riches shall have broken row starting you have had -- including people like Elton John.
And Paul McCartney which will be valued extraordinary to witness and mobile televised so we'll be able to share this.
It could be that guy -- I wish I was in London at the times a fabulous day.
It does sound fabulous and Robert is part of our fascination with the -- -- -- with everything goes on there in May in part due to William and Kate I mean have they.
As sort of the helped us with the Renaissance of interest in England and in royalty.
-- I think that's absolutely right so I think with the wedding of William and Kate she seemed to some extent.
Of the monarchy they -- presents.
The new trends that lie ahead a new vision of the law McCain and and it it didn't -- they seemed to have made the relevant.
The moment -- much more relevance.
And -- you've seen the excitement generated by the wedding.
Com I'm happily in it in London.
And I'd feel some of jubilee fever here the town is -- by the excitement.
Well we do here is to be very festive.
All sorts of pomp and circumstance we can't wait to see more of it Robert Webster Nicholas -- shot thanks so much for slanting it to us.
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