Transcript for Celebrations to Mark Queen Elizabeth II's 90 Birthday
Now to the party fit for a queen. Inc. Gland celebrating the official birthday of queen Elizabeth this weekend who turned 90 back in April. ABC's lama Hasan has more on the festivities from Buckingham palace. Good morning, lama. Reporter: Yeah, good morning to you, Sara. That's right, the queen gets to celebrate two birthday, the actual day that she was born on and traditionally and history historically they get to celebrate when it's nice weather in the summer. It's going to rain later today but that's not going to dampen the spirits here. Everyone is ready to party. âª this morning, the queen looking every bit the birthday girl as she celebrates her official 90th birthday. The whole world is excited about it and I'm sure that that is an infectious quality in which the queen appreciates. âª Reporter: Kick off the day with a carriage procession joined by her beloved husband prince Philip. With the younger Royals in tow. Pomp and pageantry fit for a queen with a birthday parade marking the monarch milestone. âª Reporter: A military marvel known as trooping the color. âª after the queen inspects the guards the Royals head back to Buckingham palace to get the best seat in the house on that iconic balcony watching an air force flyby. The scene stealer this year, everyone hoping it's little 13-month-old princess Charlotte. I think everyone is really excited about the thought of seeing princess Charlotte on the balcony. She's so cute. We don't get to see her very often and everyone would love to see her. Reporter: Last year it was older brother prince George wowing the crowd with that perfect regal wave looking just like his father, prince William did more than 30 years ago when he made his first balcony appearance. And the party ain't over yet. There is a massive street party here with 10,000 lucky guests showing down on a picnic lunch tomorrow. Dan and Paula, wish you were. We wish we were there too although rob told us about the rain so bring your umbrella. Thank you, lama.
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