Celebrations are being conducted around UK on the day the Queen turns 90.
A large group of happy individuals lined the streets in Windsor as the monarch took part in a walk, and royal gun salutes were fired from each of the UK’s big cities as they celebrated Queen’s 90th birthday.
The Wales’ price recorded a special radio broadcast for the day, in which he read a revised excerpt from William Shakespeare’s Henry VIII.
In another tweet, the explained that she had sent her best wishes to those who were celebrating their 90th birthday… on that shared occasion, she sent her warm congratulations her fellow.
The Queen, who was together with Duke of Edinburgh during her tour in Windsor, was given a birthday cake at the Guildhall by Nadiya Hussain, who is the great British Bake off Champion. He created an orange drizzle cake that contained butter cream and marmalade filling.
The monarch also revealed a sign marking a 6.3km trail that links 63 important points in Windsor.
This was, in several ways, a normal working day for the Queen. Opening a plaque, meeting flag-waving members of the public on a walkabout, being presented with several flowers. These are things she had participated in on several times. But the crowds were to help her remember her 90th birthday, was something out of the normal.
Others had been patient for days, other for hours to look at the way the Queen becomes the nation’s first ever nonagenarian monarch.
As the duke of Edinburgh and the queen walked the short distance from Windsor Castle, unprompted rendition of Happy Birthday rang out – and it would not be the last.
Most of the gun salutes were due to the 21 shots – the typical royal gun salute – at places including Hillsborough Castle, Edinburgh Castle and Cardiff Castle.