Irish Guards play ‘Happy Birthday’ for Prince George at Buckingham Palace

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Irish Guards play ‘Happy Birthday’ for Prince George at Buckingham Palace” – below is their description.

The Band of the Irish Guards played Happy Birthday to Prince George on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace to mark the royal’s ninth birthday.

Footage showed a magnificent band of trumpeters standing in a semi-circle as they performed the merry tune, dressed in their full, iconic uniform.

The Queen’s social media account also tweeted a clip of the performance, thanking the band for their effort.

“Thank you @IrishGuardsBand for playing Happy Birthday to mark Prince George’s birthday today!” the message read.

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