Published: Mon, April 22, 2019

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 93rd birthday, Europe News & Top Stories

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 93rd birthday, Europe News & Top Stories

As the Queen walked into the chapel Kate, who was wearing a light blue coat, curtsied to the monarch along with other female members of the family, as the males bowed their heads.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly on the hook for a "major worldwide job" that could see them moving overseas - to somewhere as far-away as Africa - in the year after the birth of their coming child.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan, sent birthday wishes to the monarch from their new Instagram account, Sussex Royal.

Radar also exclusively reported that Meghan and Harry were not only leaving William and Kate's abode, but were looking to "split their staff in an effort to ease tension" between Kate and Meghan.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her birthday on Sunday, marking 93 years in the public glare.

Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice also went to church with the family.

However, the picture used is one from 2016 before the Duchess of Sussex had joined the Royal Family.

Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1926, in Bruton Street, central London and became queen in 1952 at the age of 25, meaning she has now reigned for more than 67 years.

Her Coronation, which features in the photographs, was one of the first ever televised events.

The Queen and Prince Phillip have four children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

"Her Majesty tends to celebrate this birthday privately but the occasion is marked publicly with gun salutes in Hyde Park, Windsor Great Park and the Tower of London at midday", a statement said.

Until they decide anything, the royal couple will enjoy spending time bonding with their baby - who is due any day now. Reportedly, she will have two celebrations, one on April 21 and the second on June 8.

Elizabeth is the longest-reigning monarch in British history.

In 2012, Queen Elizabeth made the tough decision to stop breeding her corgis because "she didn't want to leave any young dog behind".

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