The British monarch hosted a group of distinguished guests for tea on the Buckingham Palace grounds.
Every year, Queen Elizabeth hosts thousands of lucky guests for a series of garden parties-three on the grounds of Buckingham Palace, and one at Holyrood House. (Although, as was the case earlier this month, sometimes other senior royals will host them in the Queen's place.) The parties have been a mainstay on the royal calendar for well over a century.
Josh: Sorry, but the Constitution was amended after FDR broke a precedent dating back to Washington! We had the foresight to realize that no one should serve forever! Two consecutive terms and that's it! FDR being the exception was lucky, he cared about the institution and the country! Imagine if we had Trump breaking the precedent!