Pubs will open longer to celebrate Queen's 90th birthday
June 10th and 11th are the days earmarked for extra drinking time - the Queen’s official birthday, typically a given Saturday in June.
On her actual birthday, which is April 21, she will become the first living British monarch to reach the age of 90.
He said: “We will be extending pub opening hours on the 10th and 11th of June to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday.”
The dates – a Saturday and Sunday – will see a weekend of national celebration which will see the Queen attend a Birthday Parade on the Saturday, and a Patron’s Lunch on Sunday. Other birthday events include a four-day pageant from May 12-15, at Home Park in Windsor Castle.