The Queen joined by Duke of Kent at Trooping the Color 2021


The Queen joined by Duke of Kent at Trooping the Color 2021

The Queen marked her official birthday at a low-key Trooping the Colour ceremony at Windsor Castle on Saturday. The monarch's cousin, the Duke of Kent, was by Her Majesty's side for the parade in the Castle's Quadrangle in his role as the Colonel of the Scots Guards.  

It’s been a busy week of public outings for the Queen, during which she travelled to the G7 Summit in Cornwall with senior members of the royal family. The monarch joined the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge at the Big Lunch initiative at the Eden Project. 

The Queen prompted laughter from Kate and Camilla when she used a ceremonial sword to cut a cake during the engagement.

She also marked what would have been her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh's 100th birthday on Thursday.


The Queen joined by Duke of Kent at Trooping the Color 2021

The Queen wore a repeat grey and lemon outfit by Angela Kelly with a matching hat for the ceremony. She accessorised with a string of pearls and her Aquamarine Bar brooch. 

She also carried one of her trusty Launer handbags, which she placed by her feet as she watched the parade. 


The Queen joined by Duke of Kent at Trooping the Color 2021

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