Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 92 on Saturday, will attend a star-studded concert in London, as part of her birthday celebrations.
Popular singers like Craig David, Tom Jones and Sting will perform at the celebrations, set to take place at Royal Albert Hall. The celebrations for Britain’s longest serving monarch has been billed as the "Queen's Birthday Party."
Prince Harry, who was appointed at the president of the The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, is expected to speak up at the evening event.
To mark the special occasion, the special gun salutes will also be staged in Central London.
Not many know that Elizabeth Alexandra Mary has seen the terms of 16 US presidents and 21 UK prime ministers.
Interestingly, Queen Elizabeth II celebrates two birthdays every year; first her actual birthday which falls on April 21 and second her official birthday during the summers.
Queen’s official birthday usually falls on the second Saturday in the month of June. She joins the Trooping the Colour military parade in central London during the celebrations