It's Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Party and She Can Wear Lime Green if She Wants To

Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte and Prince George also made an appearance at the Queen's latest 90th birthday celebrations.
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The Royal Family at the Trooping the Colour for Queen Elizabeth II. Photo: Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images

The Royal Family at the Trooping the Colour for Queen Elizabeth II. Photo: Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images

Can you spot Queen Elizabeth II in this photo? The festivities continued for Her Majesty's 90th birthday with a Trooping of Colour at Buckingham Palace on Saturday morning. And since it is her party, the Queen can wear a peacocking lime green outfit if she wants to. Her signature coat-and-dress combo, by royal couturier Stewart Parvin, was accessorized with a diamond Brigade of Guards brooch.

The rest of the Royal Family also made an appearance, including Princess Charlotte in a pastel pink dress and a matching hair clip, socks and Mary Jane shoes. It's a color she's adorably worn before for her first birthday portraits, and once the public finds out the designers behind Charlotte's latest look, we expect those brands' sales to go through the roof.

Prince George, who turns three next month, showed up in an outfit that's all too familiar. Apparently, it's the same ensemble worn by his father Prince William for Prince Harry's christening nearly 32 years ago. As for Kate Middleton, she continues her recycled-outfit streak in a white coat dress by Alexander McQueen, which she's worn before at Princess Charlotte's christening. Her fascinator, equally as exciting as the one she had on Friday, is by Philip Treacy.

Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

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