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The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen

Pictured are members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) on the Mall as the Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen.
All the Royal Colonels accompanied Her Majesty on parade with The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge, and The Princess Royal riding as part of the parade.
This year, the Colour being trooped in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen is that of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, identified by the shamrock decorating the collars of their scarlet tunics and the distinctive blue plumes of St Patrick in their bearskin caps.
The Field Officer in Brigade Waiting, Lieutenant Colonel of the Irish Guards, will command the Parade from his horse Wellington. Before he marches his men off the square he will wish Her Majesty The happiest of birthdays from the officers and soldiers of the Household Division and The Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery.
As well as the Irish Guards, there will be 242 Irish draught and cavalry horses on parade, and two English shire horses. Other units on parade will be Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards, 7 Company Coldstream Guards, F Company Scots Guards and The Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery. The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment will provide the Sovereigns Escort with the Processional route on The Mall being street lined by the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards. Personnel from the 1st Battalion Scots Guards Pipes and Drums, 1st Battalion Irish Guards Drums and Pipes, 1st Battalion Irish Guards Corps of Drums, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards Corps of Drums, and the Bands of The Grenadier Guards, Coldstream Guards, Scots Guards, Irish Guards and the Welsh Guards, will play a programme of military and Irish themed music as if one

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In this photo print, the Army comes together to celebrate the birthday of their Queen. Pictured are members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) on the Mall, creating a majestic sight as they pay tribute to Her Majesty. The parade is graced by the presence of all the Royal Colonels, including The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge, and The Princess Royal, who ride alongside their Queen. This year's Color being trooped in front of Her Majesty is that of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards. Distinguished by shamrocks adorning their scarlet tunics and blue plumes representing St Patrick in their bearskin caps, these soldiers proudly display their heritage. Leading them is Lieutenant Colonel Wellington, Field Officer in Brigade Waiting for the Irish Guards. A total of 242 Irish draught and cavalry horses join two English shire horses on parade. Units such as Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards, 7 Company Coldstream Guards, F Company Scots Guards, and The Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery also participate in this grand celebration. The Sovereigns Escort is provided by the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment while street lines along The Mall are formed by soldiers from the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards. A variety of military bands play a program filled with both military anthems and lively Irish-themed music throughout this momentous event. As we gaze upon this remarkable image captured from Armed Forces personnel's perspective, we witness a united force honoring their beloved Queen with pride and admiration on her special day.

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