The Queen is ringing in 92 years on April 21, and what better way to celebrate than with an epic birthday concert? The Royal Family took to Twitter to announce the stellar line up, which includes Canadian star Shawn Mendes, R&B throwback Shaggy, Sting, Kylie Minogue and many more!
The Queen's Birthday Party will feature performances from a host of musical stars from across the world and around the Commonwealth including @RealSirTomJones@kylieminogue@CraigDavid@DiRealShaggy@OfficialSting@therealmambazo@AnneMarie & @ShawnMendespic.twitter.com/QInQ87Dfgk— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 21, 2018
The monarch is using her special day to honour musical talent from all over the Commonwealth. Other acts will include Sir Tom Jones , Craig David, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and Anne Marie. But that’s not where the royal magic ends. On Her Majesty’s birthday, the BBC will be broadcasting the incredible event, taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, so no fans have to miss out on the festivities.
Canadian heartthrob Shawn has had a lot on plate recently! Since skyrocketing into stardom, both here and abroad, the talented musician just announced he'll be releasing a new single "In My Blood" on Thursday (March 22). Maybe he'll play a rendition for the Queen?
It’s hard to believe the Queen’s age as she hasn’t slowed down one bit! In the past few months, the 91-year-old has been stepping out left, right and center, even making a surprise appearance at London Fashion Week. Most recently, she was spotted looking spring-ready in a coordinated orange ensemble while visiting the Royal Academy of Arts on Tuesday (March 20). She also had an eventful time stepping out alongside the ‘Fab Four’ to celebrate Commonwealth Day – an exciting affair that saw the monarch out with her future granddaughter-in-law Meghan Markle for the first time ever.
For royal watchers, the occasion could provide an opportunity to see the ‘Fab Four’ step out together yet again. However, there is a chance that only the Suits alum and her royal beau Prince Harry will be there, as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to welcome their third child any day now !