Despite not having bulletproof vests or going behind glass, as security experts deem the event alarming, but the monarch gracefully turns 90 as she would love to be close to the people, banged with series of grand celebrations surpassing her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria last year.
On Saturday, the Queen fashioned a neon green outfit as she greeted the public in her horse and open carriage, along with spectacular display of almost 1,500 officers and men in their famous red jackets and black bearskin hats, with 200 horses and more than 400 musicians past the thousands of jubilant and thrilled crowds.
Before the festivities, recent photograph of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, who turned 95 on Friday, was released to commemorate their joint birthdays.
Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926 and has reigned more than six decades, hence official celebrations always take place on June 10, and often for a whole weekend. On June 12, around 10,000 royal fans have lined the Mall in central London to wish the Queen a happy 90th birthday as her Majesty’s official celebrations come to an end.
The Queen graciously beaming in fuchsia pink as she was with Prince Philip rode in an open top vehicle as they waved at the thousands of guests braving the weather for the royal event. Prince Harry, Prince William, and the Duchess of Cambridge have embarked on a ‘walkabout’ greeting guests, also Prince Harry posed for dozens of photos with the crowd.