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In pictures: The Queen’s birthday concert is a family affair

Harry, Meghan and William were among the many members of the Royal Family to join the Queen to mark her 92nd birthday.

The Queen has attended a star-studded concert to celebrate her 92nd birthday.

Shaggy, Sting, Sir Tom Jones and Kylie Minogue were among the artists who took to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall in central London.

The Queen was joined by many of her close family, including the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal, Prince William, Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle.

The Queen was surrounded by her family, including many of her grandchildren as she marked her birthday (John Stillwell/PA)
Prince William sat next to his grandmother, with Prince Charles on the other side, and Harry and Meghan sitting close behind (John Stillwell/PA)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at the Royal Albert Hall (John Stillwell/PA)
Ms Markle carried a clutch bag decorated with constellations (John Stillwell/PA)
The Royal Albert Hall was packed with fans who were also treated to performances from Kylie Minogue and Jamie Cullum (Andrew Parsons/Sunday Times/PA)
Sir Tom Jones was one of the first on stage (John Stillwell/PA)
Ed Balls, Frank Skinner and Harry Hill lead a ukulele orchestra (John Stillwell/PA)
Prince Charles was seated beside his mother, a day after it was confirmed he would be the next head of the Commonwealth (PA)
Princess Eugenie, who like her cousin Harry is getting married later this year, was also in the audience (John Stillwell/PA)
Sting collaborated with Shaggy for a duet (John Stillwell/PA)
The Duke of Cambridge, Lady Louise Windsor, the Princess Royal, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seated in the royal box (John Stillwell/PA)
Prince Harry later gave a speech from the stage and paid tribute to his grandmother (John Stillwell/PA)
Audience members take selfies before the concert began (Andrew Parsons/Sunday Times/PA)
The Queen took to the stage herself at the end of the concert and was presented with flowers (John Stillwell/PA)


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