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Prince William, Duchess Kate Middleton Attends Queen Elizabeth's 90th Birthday Celebration

25 May 2016

The Queen's final star-studded televised birthday celebrations are taking place tonight with an evening of entertainment chronicling the events of her life. Middleton looked exquisite in her white ensemble by Dolce and Gabanna.

He added he hoped everyone watching would "join with me in wishing my mother, the Queen, the happiest of very special birthdays". She was also spotted wearing a red Zara jacket while her husband and brother-in-law wore their Windsor uniform. And in Queen Elizabeth's case, that is horses - and lots of them.

Ant and Dec were presenting the show and introduced a whole host of acts from singers Gary Barlow and Katherine Jenkins performing moving songs to Jim Carter and Helen Mirren reciting historical moments from the Queen's life. The monarch turned 90 on April 21, but party organisers made a decision to add the celebration to the end of the annual Royal Windsor Horse Show, which she has not missed since she won a cup there in 1944.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen while still Princess Elizabeth, left, with her father King George VI and her sister Princess Margaret, in this undated still image taken from footage released by Buckingham Palace in London onSaturday.

The show included hundreds of horses, a dancing Shetland pony, a pantomime horse and a pantomime corgi.

Her love of horses will be represented, with more than 900 of the animals set to take part in the celebration.

The event told the story of the Queen's life, from her birth in 1926 through a reign spanning six decades.

Performers in the arena will include The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Azerbaijani horses and riders, and over 100 Military and Commonwealth Pipers.

The latest royal accounts show the queen's household spent £1.3 million on food and drink in 2015 - the equivalent of £25,000 a week.