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Royal Family Celebrates Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday at Military Parade



Soberana participates in Trooping the Color alongside children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren on the balcony of Bunckingham Palace

The Royal Family in weight joined Queen Elizabeth II for Trooping the Color, a traditional military parade celebrating the 93 year old's official birthday this Saturday (8) in London. In addition to parading in an open carriage, the monarch met with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in their first public appearance after introducing their son Archie in May. Prince William with Kate Middleton and the children, George, Charlotte and Louis - the little boy made his debut at the event.

Despite Queen Elizabeth's birth date being April 21, the Trooping the Color ceremony is a tradition of British infantry when the flag ("colors") of an army battalion was shown to troops ("trooped") for soldiers to recognize it on the battlefields. The party has been adopted by kings and queens since 1748, by decision of King Edward VII, who did not want to celebrate his birthday in November because it is very cold, and despite not having a certain date, it always occurs in the first fortnight of June.

The script is set: the Queen leaves Buckingham Palace shortly after 9am and accompanied by soldiers from her personal battalion goes to the area known Horse Guards Parade for the ceremony where Queen Elizabeth is greeted and then goes over the troops. Then she returns to the palace, where from the balcony she sees with the family a display of the Royal Air Force (RFA).

That's where royalty kids usually amuse themselves, as happened to Charlotte and George in 2017. Last year, when Prince Philip was not due to health problems, Meghan made her debut at the event and had to be quieted by Prince Harry.



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