The Queen turns 90 on April 21, and there will be plenty of festivities throughout the spring to mark the occasion.
On the Queen's actual birthday, there will be aa royal walkabout where members of the public can see Her Majesty close up. There will also be TV documentaries on both ITV and BBC about the Queen's amazing life.
The Queen and Members of the Royal Family will attend a pageant celebrating The Queen’s life to be held at Home Park in Windsor Castle. There will be a 90-minute long extravaganza with 900 horses and more than 1,500 riders and performers.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a National Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral.
Her Majesty accompanied by Members of the Royal Family will attend at The Queen’s Birthday Parade on Horse Guards Parade. There will be the Trooping the Colour, the official annual celebration of the Queen's birthday.
The Queen will attend the Patron's Lunch, a celebration of Her Majesty's patronage of over 600 organisations in the UK and around the Commonwealth since 1952. 10,000 guests are expected with entertainment from street performers and circuses.