There’s nothing holding Queen Elizabeth back this year. Her Majesty is already gearing up to celebrate her 92nd birthday. Seems it would be a blast.
And, she has a line of stars, all set to perform for her in a live music event with the BBC.
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There will be many musicians performing for Queen Elizabeth. Some of them include Shawn Mendes, Kylie Minogue, Craig David, Sir Tom Jones, Shaggy, Sting, Lady-smith Black Mambazo and many more.
This event will be taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The same will air on April 21, which is Queen Elizabeth’s actual birthday.
According to a statement released from the Palace:
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“Many members of the royal family will surely be in attendance”. Although, it was not specified whether or not Meghan Markle will be attending Queen Elizabeth’s birthday just few weeks before her wedding to Prince Harry.
Tickets are also available to the members of the public.
According to some reports, there will also be a BBC special on Queen Elizabeth’s reign over the Commonwealth for the past 60 years. In the special, newsreader, George Alagiah travels the globe to visit many of the Commonwealth’s nations.
Alagiah is also seen saying: “What we see in this particular film is the transformation of a young, diffident woman into a confident public figure. A figure, who is able to command the respect of leaders around the world”.
It’s not just one birthday she celebrates.
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Just because one birthday is simply not enough, Queen Elizabeth also celebrates her birthday at the ‘Trooping the Colour’ in June every year.
This year, she’ll have two new members in addition to the present royal members. That would be Meghan Markle and Kate’s royal baby number three.