With the recent passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and the ascension of her son, Charles III, to the British throne, the tradition of celebrating the monarch's birthday will continue into 2023.
While no official word from Buckingham Palace has been made as yet, watch for updates as announcements warrant.
But first, a coronation
Meanwhile, the coronation of King Charless III is scheduled to take place this spring on May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey in London.
Following longstanding historical precedent, the Archbishop of Canterbury will preside over the ceremony which will see Charles crowned alongside his wife Camilla, the Queen Consort.
Then, also as tradition dictates, following in June His Majesty is expected to be joined by other members of the Royal Family with a public appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London for his official birthday celebration.
The general public will also watch a spectacular "Trooping the Colour" parade which moves between Buckingham Palace, The Mall and Horseguards’ Parade.
Although no official announcement been made as yet, the festivities will likely happen on the second Saturday in June, or in 2023 on June 10.
All about the King's Birthday
King Charles was actually born on November 14, 1948, the official Britsh monarch's birthday is celebrated each year on a weekend
in June for purely practical reasons. The day usually presents
more acceptable weather for a public party!
If you're not in town on the big day, the festivities traditionally air live, all or in part, on BBC One.
As well as in London and Windsor, events
related to the King's Birthday are scheduled throughout Great
Britain. Meanwhile, in New
Zealand (first Monday in June), Australia (second Monday in June), and in Canada,
(on the last weekend in May) schools are usually closed and bank holidays
also celebrate with a day off.
King's birthday fun facts
A 1924 London Underground poster told
commuters how to get to the celebration.
• The first British monarch to celebrate their birthday in June was King Edward VII. Although born on November 9, his official birthday was usually marked in May or June when there was a greater likelihood of good weather for a public celebration.
• In the UK, the most watched event of the day is the historic military ceremony known as Trooping the Colour - with a parade down The Mall to Horse Guards Parade. That also includes fly-past of military aircraft and gun salutes at Hyde Park fired at high noon.
• Today, Australia is the only country in the world to celebrate the King's Birthday not once, but TWICE. While most of the country observes the day on the second Monday in June, Western Australia celebrates the Kings's Birthday on the last Monday in September or the first Monday in October.
More about the King's birthday around the Web:
Around the Web, find out more at top sites offering facts, information, and historical background about one of Britain's and the commonwealth's biggest public holidays:
the Colour - Check out the colorful tradition and customs surrounding the annual celebration
held at Horse Guards Parade at Whitehall with related photos.