Kids will be entertained at a private watchparty on Sunday evening at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne’s inner north-west, with guests being encouraged to dress up in their favourite costumes.
The event is designed to celebrate the birthdays of the Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
It is being hosted by Princess Elizabeth Watch Party, a charity which provides support for people living with a disability.
“The event was very much inspired by the Royal family, with its rich history, and it was designed to show that the Princesses have a very special place in the hearts of all of us,” a spokesperson for the charity said.
“It is also important to remember that the Queen’s birthday is on April 23, so it was decided to put a party at the gardens at 9pm on Sunday to celebrate it.”
We’ve seen many families over the years who have found themselves without their loved ones and want to celebrate their special day with friends, family and friends, and we hope that you will too.
“The event will be a chance to celebrate, but it’s not the only one to have taken place.
Earlier this year, parents took part in a birthday party for their three children.
The party was held in the gardens and was attended by over 1,000 people, with about 2,000 attending on foot.
On Saturday, the children of Queen Elizabeth visited a local pub in Melbourne.
We think that celebrating birthdays, and celebrating all the milestones that come with those celebrations, is something that everyone can be proud of, and one that the royal family is proud of,” the spokesperson for Princess Elizabeth watch party said.