Queen Elizabeth’s Country Estate to Become a Drive-In Movie Theater

Queen Elizabeth has discovered a brand-new use for her country home, Sandringham estate, amid the continuous COVID-19 pandemic. The sprawling residential or commercial property, situated about 100 miles north of London in Norfolk, is where the Queen and the royal family typically invest the vacations, but this month, the estate will be open to the public for a special weekend of drive-in film screenings, an ideal method to enjoy the movie theater while also keeping a safe distance from others.According to the estates official website, clients will be allowed to sit or stand outside of their cars and trucks so long as they are remaining within the location designated for their automobile, and there will be a different food vendor each day depending upon the movie.
Photo: Toby Melville – WPA Pool/Getty ImagesDiscover ADVERTISEMENT PROThe ultimate resource for design market specialists, brought to you by the editors of Architectural DigestArrowQueen Elizabeth likely wont be making a visitor look at the drive-in cinema this fall, though a press release from Buckingham Palace did note that she and Prince Philip will be going to the estate throughout the 2nd half of September. The Sunday Times reports that this will be the longest time that Queen Elizabeth has actually been away from Buckingham Palace in her 68-year reign.