Queen Elizabeth’s Final Venture Concludes


To commemorate the late Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne, Prince Charles and Prince William launched the “Queen’s Green Canopy” initiative two years ago with a photo of them planting a tree at Windsor Castle. On Sunday, the project reached its conclusion, with the Princes sharing a heartfelt message and photo.

Both Princes expressed their gratitude to all the people who planted trees in memory of the late Queen. Furthermore, they described the project as a “simple, practical and positive gesture” which has made a huge difference, and the perfect tribute to Her Majesty’s long reign.

To conclude the Platinum Jubilee and Queen Elizabeth’s memorable 70 years on the throne, Prince Charles will be coronated at the renowned Westminster Abbey, where 39 sovereigns before him have been crowned.

The Earthshot Prize, an environment prize founded by Prince William, recently announced Jacinda Arden for its board. The Prince shared his delight about Ms. Arden’s inclusion, saying that she was one of the first people to be consulted about the project and took on a vital role in its success.

Notably, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, recently won the top Entertainment Podcast Host award at the Gracie Awards. She was also honored at the Ms. Foundation for Women’s 2023 Women of Vision Awards: Celebrating Generations of Progress & Power.

The “Queen’s Green Canopy” initiative demonstrated how simple and co-operative actions can result in a lasting legacy and flourishing future. Prince Charles and Prince William have exhibited a commitment to the environment, making great steps toward preserving and protecting the planet.