The Duke of York has taken to his Twitter page to congratulate Royal Warrant Holders for their effort in putting together the Coronation Festival.
“Congratulations Royal warrant holders on the Coronation Festival and all who have worked to make it possible,” the Prince tweeted, before signing it ‘AY’.
Andrew joined Twitter on Monday, becoming the third member of the British Royal Family to have an account on the site, to support his royal role. Earlier in the week, the Prince tweeted a picture of Princess Eugenie as she met Royal Warrant holder Maracom at the Coronation Festival.
The Coronation Festival is taking place this weekend in the gardens of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen’s 60th anniversary of her Coronation.
Taking place over three-days, the event has been described as celebrating everything British for the last 60 years. The festival has been organised by the Royal Warrant Holders Association, Media 10 and the Royal Household.
On Thursday, The Queen was joined by members of the Royal Family as they attended a preview day of the festival.
Prince Charles joked “It won’t be long now,” after seeing a commemorative range of china to mark the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child.
The Coronation Festival runs until Sunday.