Queen Elizabeth turns 95 tomorrow however it has been reported that she won’t be celebrating her birthday in the usual way following the death of her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip on 9th April.

On royal birthdays, the family usually marks the occasion by shared new portraits with the public through their social media channels. However, a photo won’t be released this year.

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This is the first birthday the Queen will celebrate without her husband by her side following his death on 9th April. Prince Philip was laid to rest on Saturday at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. He was 99, just two months shy of the milestone 100th birthday.

The Queen is reportedly surrounded by loyal staff members and her three dogs who she has been seen walking in the Frogmore Gardens. Royal family members are likely to visit the monarch over the coming days.

Prince Harry, who returned from the US for his grandfather’s funeral might reportedly be extending his stay until after his grandmother’s birthday.

Usually, public events to mark the monarch’s birthday are also on the calendar, however, for a second year in a row these have been cancelled due to the pandemic. The main event is usually Trooping the Colour which ends with the royal family gathering on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Our thoughts are with the Queen during this time.

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