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Yolanda Curtis
June 14, 2016

Queen Elizabeth wasn't the only royal to drive in style at her epic outdoor 90th birthday party on Sunday.

A short while before the revellers was greeted by other members of the Royal Family including the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

Tickets for the event cost 150 pounds ($214) each a figure criticized by many as being too expensive.

We really enjoyed marking the Queen's special birthday with our own 90-year-old guests.

The Queen was earlier spotted peering out of a window on the palace balcony to see how proceedings were progressing in the damp conditions.

In particular, Princess Beatrice seemed to be glaring daggers at her cousin-in-law Kate Middleton as they exited the church after the much grander procession of the Cambridges.

Born in the same year as the Queen, she received a ticket to the festivities through the charity Friends of the Elderly.

The actual date of her birth is April 21, 1926, but her official birthday is also marked in Britain on a Saturday in June.

Briefly addressing the crowds to thank them for their good wishes, she added: "How I will feel if people are still singing "Happy Birthday" in December remains to be seen".

Her grandson Peter Phillips came up with the idea after realising there has never been an event to bring together the many organisations she has supported over the years.

"I hope these happy celebrations will remind us of the many benefits that can flow when people come together for a common goal as families, friends or neighbors", she stated.

For atmosphere, though, it would be hard to top the party outside the palace, where guests watched a parade before various members of the royal family - including Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - went on a stroll during a brief respite from the rain.

The lunch will bring to an end several days of celebrations to mark the queen's official 90th birthday. Now that Harry's grown up, we need another royal wild child.

The Duchess even bought along a cake that had been baked in the Clarence House kitchen especially for the occasion, which she proudly presented to guests.

The Queen appeared to find something George has done very amusing as Prince William attended his son and Prince Harry looked on standing behind.

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