Queen Elizabeth II officially celebrates her 93rd birthday this Saturday. A parade will take place in London, and the royal family (almost) in full will be present.
Trooping The Color
She was born April 21, 1926, but it is this weekend that the Queen of England celebrates her 93 years. Each year, on the second Saturday of June, Elizabeth II celebrates her official birthday at Trooping The Color, a military parade in the heart of London.
The queen is then joined by the other members of the royal family for the military parade of “salute with colors”, and on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for a public appearance.
A parade will take place in the streets of the British capital, which will involve 1400 soldiers. 41 guns will be fired in honor of the queen. Then, all the prominent members of the royal family will parade past Buckigham Palace before meeting on the balcony.
The family reunited
The British are waiting for the presence of Prince Louis , the third child of Prince William and Kate Middleton , who should make his debut for the occasion. On the other hand, there is no indication that his cousin Archie , the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle , will make an appearance, having been born barely a month ago. It is also probable that Prince Philip is not part of the procession; Almost 98 years old, the husband of Elizabeth II announced her withdrawal from public life in 2017 .