The show must go on! Especially when you're 94 years old, and you've got just about every set of eyes on ya. That's right, things have certainly been very, well, different, this time around, but as June continues to creep up on us, so is Queen Elizabeth II's annual birthday party.
Well, how will the legendary royal be ringing in her big day? A highly anticipated event at Windsor Castle, of course. Lucky for you, I've got all the details.
Traditionally, the monarch is set to host yet another annual Trooping the Colour parade. Safe to say, though, she'll be doing things a bit differently this year.
"There will be a small, brief ceremony at Windsor Castle to mark The Queen's official birthday," Buckingham Palace revealed to UsWeekly. The aids are still sorting out all the juicy details, though; you know, like if we'll be catching Harry and Meghan (and baby Archie!) at the swanky event.
While her actual birthday was back in April, The Queen's high-profile celebration is set to go down on Saturday, June 13th, led by The Welsh Guard and massed Bands of the Household Division; and if you're anything like us, there's a good chance you'll be watching along from your recliner in a glamorous pair of sweats with a bottle of CVS's finest Rosé.