21st April (UPI) – Queen Elizabeth II Celebrated a Celebrity Concert on Saturday 92
The Queen's Birthday Concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London featured famous singers from British singer Sting to Canadian singer Shawn Mendes , to the Jamaican singer Shaggy, after the Twitter Page of the Royal Family
Other performers include Australian singer Kylie Minogue, Welsh singer Sir Tom Jones, and South African male choir Ladysmith Black Mambazo. 19659002] The Queen, royal family members, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke of York, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived at the ceremony for Elizabeth ̵
"Tonight, we acknowledge their dedication to duty, their steadfastness in times of insecurity and their vital role in uniting people from all walks of life through their continued strength and humanity," continued a statement from Royal Family on his Twitter "As we celebrate your 92nd birthday tonight, and in recognition of your incredible service life, I am pleased to announce that the Queen's Commonwealth Trust has now been launched to support young leaders in the Commonwealth."  Harry said in his birthday speeches posted on the Royal Family's social media, "If you do not mind that you're not someone you can just buy gifts for, but I think we have that Perfect Gift, "referring to the charity that was recently launched as a gift on her behalf.
It was also announced on Saturday that Harry was named Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.
In the morning, a gang of Irish Guards played for the Queen
The Queen actually celebrates two birthdays, her right birthday and an official birthday.
The Saturday celebration is from her official birthday since her birth on April 21, 1926.
However, her official birthday is on the second Saturday in June.
The official birthday is a tradition that goes back more than 250 years, when King George II, born in November, considered the weather too cold for a big public party, an article in the UK News
The official birthday is celebrated together with the annual military parade.
Elizabeth became queen on February 6, 1952, after her father King George VI had died.