The Queen's low-key Birthday Parade: Special Guest, Music and more details


The Queen's low-key Birthday Parade: Special Guest, Music and more details

The Queen's annual birthday parade will not take place in its traditional form again this year, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

Like last year, a scaled-back military parade, known as Trooping the Colour, will take place in the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle to mark Her Majesty's official birthday on Saturday 12 June.

This year's key difference is that the Queen will be joined by a member of her family – her paternal cousin, the Duke of Kent. 

Prince Edward is the eldest child of the late Prince George of Kent and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. He is married to Katharine Worsley and the couple share three children, George, Earl of St Andrews, Lady Helen Taylor and Lord Nicholas Windsor. 

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