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

Queen Elizabeth has discovered a new use for her nation home, Sandringham estate, amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The vast property, located about 100 miles north of London in Norfolk, is where the Queen and the royal household generally spend the holidays, however this month, the estate will be open to the public for an unique weekend of drive-in film screenings, an ideal way to enjoy the movie theater while also maintaining a safe range from others.According to the estates main website, patrons will be permitted to sit or stand outside of their cars so long as they are staying within the location designated for their lorry, and there will be a various food supplier each day depending upon the film. Motion pictures that will be revealed the weekend of Sep. 25 through Sept. 27 include 1917, Rocketman, Toy Story, The Greatest Showman, Grease, Moana, and A Star is Born. Properly, the Saturday night film is a proving of Bohemian Rhapsody, which chronicles the rock-and-roll way of life of Freddie Mercury and the band Queen.Queen Elizabeth II throughout her main birthday ceremony at Windsor Castle in June. Generally, that event is held in London.
Image: Toby Melville – WPA Pool/Getty ImagesDiscover ADVERTISEMENT PROThe supreme resource for style industry specialists, brought to you by the editors of Architectural DigestArrowQueen Elizabeth most likely will not be making a visitor appearance 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 second half of September. The Sunday Times reports that this will be the longest time that Queen Elizabeth has been away from Buckingham Palace in her 68-year reign.