The Queen celebrates her 92nd Birthday at the Royal Albert Hall

Lawrence Kim
April 24, 2018

US-Jamaican reggae star Shaggy shared the stage with British star Sting, while Jones and Craig David also performed.

Watch the performance, along with an ensemble rendition of Louis Armstrong's "What A Wonderful World", capped with a grand stage entrance by the Queen, followed by the audience thrice chanting "hip-hip-hooray" in her honor, below.

Kitts-St. Kitts and Nevis' Prime Minister the Honourable Timothy Harris greeted Her Majesty the Queen April 19, in the Blue Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace.

Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1926, and became queen in 1952 at the age of 25, meaning she has now reigned for more than 66 years.

Queen Elizabrth, who turned 92 on April 21 is the first United Kingdom monarch to ever celebrate a sapphire jubilee, which marked her 65-year reign in 2017.

Wedding watchers - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were there as well, and Harry also took to the stage to give tribute to his gran.

The event also saw Prince Harry, speaking for the first time in his role as president of the newly formed Queen's Commonwealth Trust (QCT), joke that Her Majesty was "not someone who is easy to buy gifts for".

He then called her "mummy" and her eye roll is the best thing ever.

The little prince is reportedly in good health, as is his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Horse-drawn guns fired 41 times in Hyde Park and 62 times at the Tower of London, while at Windsor Castle, the band played "Happy Birthday" during the changing of the guard. That usually falls on the second Saturday in June.

The concert capped off a week in which leaders and dignitaries from 53 countries came to London for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, and featured performers from the network of mostly former British colonies.

Queen Elizabeth turned 92 on Saturday.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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