The Queen of England’s 92nd Birthday 2018 Party Will Be Way Cooler Than Yours: England’s Queen Elizabeth II will be turning 92 years old on this 21st April. And she is in now in her tenth decade of life but it doesn’t mean her birthday party will be low-key. On the other side, the contrary, the U.K. royal — the world’s longest-reigning monarch — declares this queen’s birthday as the more relevant in 2018 also like in the early years.
The birthday celebration of the Queen of England is touted as the lavish birthday celebration ever and the TV channel, which is very popular BBC will be throwing her an epic concert party.
The well-touted epic concert party for the birthday of Queen will be welcome some special guests, like, Sting and Shaggy (who are releasing a joint album the day before), the icon Kylie Minogue and teen singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes and then the party will turn to be the rocking one.
They’ll be joined by British rapper Craig David, Sir Tom Jones, pop singer Anne-Marie and the legendary Ladysmith Black Mambazo then the party will turn to be the rocking one.
This will be said to be a casual birthday bash anyway.
The best part of this concert is that this will be also broadcast on the BBC in the U.K., and this will also open to guests who can come here with some tickets to the Royal Albert Hall event. (They start at about $32 per ticket at the low end, and there are still some available.)
As for bold-named attendees, besides the Queen herself?
It’s still, not clear who will show up — Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third royal baby that is expected right around the time this display.
This is not guessing if in-demand couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can have some media attention, kicking off their one-month countdown their royal wedding of the May.
What is certain, though, this one is that not many 92-year-olds to have such a hot ticket for their birthday.
Between her front-row fashion cred and now this turn to be, the official: and captioned of this birthday party can be said that the Queen is getting cooler every year.