The Queen is set to hold a party on baby Lilibet’s first birthday.
Her Majesty, who turned 95 last year, will throw a party in a Buckingham Palace celebration.
June 4 will be used to celebrate Lilibet across her Diamond Jubilee year.
Earlier this week, the Palace unveiled the line-up of celebrations to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee for the first time.
The Queen’s Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour) will take place on June 2, and Sandringham and Balmoral will also be open for residents and visitors to enjoy the celebrations across the Bank Holiday.
June 4 will be a Platinum Party at the Palace.
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Some of the world’s greatest entertainers are billed to perform at the concert at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the most significant moments from the Queen’s reign.
Street parties are being planned across the UK and neighbours are expected to join together for food and fun to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee on June 5.
It will mark the end of the Bank Holiday.
The Queen, the nation’s longest reigning monarch, will reach her milestone Platinum Jubilee on February 6.
It comes as The Queen has agreed to strip the Duke of York of his honorary military roles and royal patronages, Buckingham Palace has announced.
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