I'm sorry, World, but it turns out that the Queen is much better at birthday parties than anyone else. The Hollywood Reporter Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday plans included a concert to be held in her celebration. But it's not just any concert, it's a pop concert, because that's how Her Majesty rolls.
Musicians like Kylie Minogue, Sting, Shaggy, and Tom Jones will attend the BBC Concert Orchestra tonight (Saturday, April 21) at the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate this momentous occasion for the world's longest reigning living monarch , According to Radio Times the artists will play songs that coincide with the various decades of Queen's reign ̵
It sounds like a bouncing event that will please not only the Queen but also her many guests. No one would begrudge them if she decided to spend a quiet evening with her family, but the queen is celebrating her birthday happily with the British. It is expected that the Royal Albert Hall will be overcrowded, but the concert will also be broadcast on the BBC. Yes, that means there will be shots of Queen Elizabeth II appreciating the musical styles of Shawn Mendes – and you can bet that it will immediately become an international treasure.
Members of the Queen's family will also attend the concert, but so far only Prince Harry has been officially confirmed. According to THR the grandson of the Queen, who is soon to be desirous, is to address homage to his grandmother. This honor is part of his duties as the new president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. And since this is Prince Harry, you can expect him to joke along the way.
The evening certainly sounds like a fun way to be 92 years old, and it's just another one-year event that's turning into a big event for the British royal family. In addition to the Queen's birthday party, the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is scheduled for May 19, Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting their third child this spring and Princess Eugenie will be marrying on October 12th in the fall.  In 2018, the British Royal Family suddenly seems to be more relevant than it has been for years, and this is largely due to the younger generation making great strides to redefine what it means to be royal in modern times. Of course, they owe much to the original rule-breaker Queen Elizabeth II. At the age of 92, she still finds new ways to exceed her expectations and give her people what they want. And yes, this includes a pop concert on her birthday.
The queen has transformed the balance between tradition and change into an art form. She is also great at celebrating her birthday. To be fair, she has twice as much practice as most people because she actually has two birthdays a year. Right, she'll have fun again in a few months.
While her actual birthday is actually on April 21, according to royal.uk, her "official" birthday is usually celebrated on the second Saturday in June. The tradition of celebrating birthdays of a British monarch on a day other than the one in which they were born is a long tradition. Basically, the second birthday is born in summer for monarchs in other months. The idea is that summer is a much better time for a parade, because then the weather is less unpredictable. In June, the queen is accompanied by her family for the Trooping the Color Parade.
Why, yes, that means the Queen will be celebrating a concert and a parade on her 92nd birthday (her). It's time to send her another crown, for Queen Elizabeth II is not only the Queen of England, she's also the Queen of Birthdays.