Queen celebrates 93rd birthday

Queen celebrates 93rd birthday

Queen celebrates 93rd birthday

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and William, Duke of Cambridge stepped out in their Sunday best, with Kate Middleton sporting a pastel periwinkle Alexander McQueen coat dress with a matching hat.

Elizabeth II, who has a strong faith, usually celebrates Easter at Windsor Castle by joining members of her family at a service in St George's Chapel. "Harry & Meghan", they captioned a gallery of happy photos with the Queen, including throwback ones alongside Harry and William and newer snapshots with Meghan.

Stepping out of the vehicle which had driven her to the church, the Queen could be seen wearing a mint-green coat with matching hat with pink ribbon.

Harry and Meghan were among those wishing her well, writing on Instagram: "Happy Birthday Your Majesty, Ma'am, Granny".

In addition to her appearance on Sunday, Kensington Palace and the royal family's social media accounts shared photos of Her Majesty in celebration of her birthday. Wishing you the most wonderful day!

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting her first baby due at the end of April, didn't attend.

Kate's etiquette did well, as today is also the Queen's actual birthday! Mike and Zara Tindall and Lady Louise Windsor also joined the festivities.

As The Queen was about to depart from the traditional Easter Sunday church service, the crowd of onlookers outside burst into song.

She ascended to the throne on 6 February 1952, which makes her the longest-reigning monarch the United Kingdom has ever known, being in on the throne for 67 years and 72 days.

The queen is marking Easter by attending a service with other senior royals at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, west of London.

In in birthday message past year, Mrs May praised the Queen's "service, dedication (and) constancy" as head of the 53-nation, British-led Commonwealth since 1952.

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