Queen Elizabeth celebrated her real 92nd birthday on Saturday.
While she usually saves the big birthday bashes for June (to align with the public holiday), this year Her Majesty had a rocking time with a concert thrown in her honour.
Duchess Kate, who is expecting her third child any day, did not attend.
"The Queen's Birthday Party" was hosted at London's Royal Albert Hall.
With performances from the likes of Sting and Shaggy, Kylie Minogue, Sir Tom Jones, Shawn Mendes, the BBC Concert Orchestra, and speeches from the royals - we look at the best moments from the night!
Even at the age of 92, Her Majesty can serve shade in spades.
Proving she definitely is the sassiest monarch, Queen Elizabeth had the funniest reaction when Prince Charles was delivering a speech in her honour.
As he shared his heartfelt birthday speech, the Queen's eldest first called her "Your Majesty," but then he decided to use her real name - "Mummy!"
Hearing her "home name" instantly made Queen Elizabeth's eyes go very wide - also known as an eye roll.
The moment had the entire crowd in a fit of giggles.
Meghan Markle joined her fiancé Prince Harry to celebrate Her Majesty's 92nd birthday.
The future royal bride looked vibrant in a Stella McCartney blue gown.
The 36-year-old teamed up the cape dress with her iconic soft bun and natural make up.
The outfit was completed with a Naeem Khan 'Leo' clutch bag and her Manolo Blahnik navy suede BB heels.
Proving to be ultimate couple goals, Prince Harry was matching in a navy blue suit.
Meghan's choice of designer have many thinking that she may turn to Britain's iconic fashion-house Stella McCartney for her wedding day.
If one person get "Mr Luvah-Luvah" back onto our screens it is Queen Elizabeth.
Shaggy joined forces with British legend Sting, and the pair gave us a very sultry performance of "Don't Make Me Wait".
Our favourite moment was when Shaggy returned to his roots, belting out "Mr Bombastic" before jumping into a medley with Sting jamming to The Police's "Message In A Bottle".
The iconic singer also asked the very British crown "Where my reggae people at?"
The plea was met with lukewarm applause, but we bet Her Majesty secretly loves a little bit of Shaggy.
Is there little wonder that Kylie Minogue stole the show and had us all spinning around?
The 49-year-old dazzled in a stunning golden one-shoulder floor-length gown as she took to the stage.
The beloved Aussie showed off singles from her new country-inspired album Golden.
The Queen's Birthday Party, whose proceeds will benefit The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, was truly a good time.
Tom Jones opened the show with his banger, "It's Not Unusual".
Injecting the night with pop was Shawn Mendes while Craig David showed of his hit-making legacy in front of the royal clan.