Next Sunday, April 21, Her Majesty will turn 93 years old.

This year, the birthday of Elizabeth II coincides with the Catholic Easter, and the scenario of holding this Christian holiday with Her Majesty does not change from year to year. And if the queen usually celebrates her birthday in the circle of the closest ones, and leaves large-scale celebrations until June, then this year some fans of the royal family will manage to congratulate her personally. Each Easter morning, Queen Elizabeth begins with a visit to the service in the chapel of St. George in Windsor, the same one where Megan Markle and Prince Harry were married.

This year, Elizabeth II will also go to church accompanied by family members. Usually, the company is quite large, but this time Prince Philip is likely to be absent for health reasons, Prince William and Kate Middleton, as they will celebrate Easter in Norfolk with their children, as well as Prince Harry and Megan Markle, who Currently, they are preparing for the birth of their first child and do not leave their new home – Frogmore Cottage. Princess Anne, Beatrice, Eugene, Princes Andrew, Edward, Countess Sophie, Zara Tyndall are expected to accompany Her Majesty.

After the service, the whole family will return to Windsor Castle, where a festive lunch will await them.