Prince William and Prince Harry Have Big Plans for Queen Elizabeth's 90th Birthday

Grandma's getting the royal treatment.

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While she humbly passed off her latest milestone (a history-making 63 years of sovereignty, that is) as "business as usual," Queen Elizabeth's grandsons, Prince William and Prince Harry, won't allow the celebrations for her next milestone to be so understated. 

As her 90th birthday approaches, William and Harry have big plans in place for a massive street fair to mark the occasion in early June. Basically, it's going to be a royal block party—which is truly the most befitting way to ring in nine decades of regal existence. If you ask us, at least.  

According to People (opens in new tab), the princes have already secured the venue: the Mall, Buckingham Palace's famed outdoor avenue running half a mile long. With over 10,000 people expected to attend, London is already referring to the event as the "largest street-party" the city will ever see. 

On the agenda for such a *wild* weekend? A "service of thanksgiving" at St. Paul's Cathedral, followed by the Queen's annual birthday parade, Trooping the Colour, and even a "Patron's Lunch" honoring Elizabeth's charity work throughout her record-breaking reign. 

Consider us impressed. The best part, however, is most definitely the fact that any and all royal treatment comes courtesy of William and Harry. 

After all, what more could a grandmother want? 

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