Lego Celebrates 60 Years of the way the Queen of the Throne

Lego Celebrates 60 Years of the way the Queen of the Throne:
This year, the exact date is June 5 Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate 60 years on the throne (Diamond Jubilee). Various arrangements were made, even festive party planned to be there for one week.
Toy maker Lego has a way to welcome the warning. Namely to make a complete minatur palace, the typical red-uniformed guards complete with bearskins (black hat), and the queen alone.



At the height of 10 cm miniature lego, the Queen looks to join the royal balcony with new figures from the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Approximately 48 pieces of genuine diamonds are also pinned on a Lego model of Queen Elizabeth. Dinny Hall jewelery designer who is believed to be specifically assigned to make a crown, a silver coated with a size of 1.5 cm height.


"We decided to create a new Miniland figure of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations for. We wanted to do something special for an event that is very important," said Sue Kemp of the Legoland, as quoted by The Telegraph.
Lego will be on display at the balcony of Buckingham Palace theme park in Windsor Legoland Miniland starting in May.


Lego Celebrates 60 Years of the way the Queen of the Throne