Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain will be 95 years old tomorrow. And for the first time in many decades, she will celebrate her birthday without her husband, Prince Philip – Elizabeth II’s husband passed away on April 9 at 99.
This year, the birthday girl, for obvious reasons, will not celebrate her birthday as usual. Every year on the occasion of their birthdays, members of the royal family share new family portraits. But this time, Elizabeth II will break the tradition.
The public celebrations for the Queen’s birthday will also be different this year from previous celebrations. True, not so much for personal reasons, but because of the coronavirus pandemic – the celebrations in honour of the birthday of Elizabeth II, which were traditionally held in June, like last year, was cancelled. Perhaps the celebration will take place in the courtyard of Windsor Castle, but so far, the format of its holding is in question.
The Queen is now spending time surrounded by her assistants and her beloved dogs at Windsor Castle, and her family is expected to visit her in the coming days. 36-year-old Prince Harry may come to congratulate her on her birthday. According to some reports, he stayed in the UK for a few more days to improve relations with loved ones and personally congratulate his grandmother on holiday.