LONDON: The sound of a gun salute tore through central London on Friday to celebrate the 91st birthday of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, with the world's longest-reigning monarch taking a step back from royal duties to allow the younger generation to step forward.
To mark the occasion the BBC opened its morning news broadcast with the national anthem, "God Save the Queen," while the country's foreign secretary Boris Johnson took to Twitter.
"Hip hip hooray for The Queen," he wrote, adding "happy birthday Ma'am!"
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