Queen Elizabeth's legendary Trooping the Colour birhday parade won't go ahead in its traditional form, amid the coronavirus crisis, Buckingham Palace confirmed.

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Originally scheduled for June 13, this will be the first time in 65 years the event won't take place as it usually does. Other options in which Her Majesty's birthday could be celebrated are reportedly being considered in line with Government advice.

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Queen Elizabeth was actually born on April 21, she was set to celebrate her 94th birthday at the public Trooping the Colour parade. Every year dozens of people line London's streets around Buckingham Palace to send Her Majesty their best birthday wishes.

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The traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony is performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies. Since 1748, the event marks the official birthdays of the British sovereign. During King Edwards VII's reign, it was decided that the event could be better celebrated during Britain's warmest month, June.