LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II — Britain’s oldest and longest-serving monarch — is celebrating her 90th birthday Thursday with a day at home and a short walk.
Her government and subjects are adding gun salutes, fireworks, tributes in Parliament and televised retrospectives of a life that has stretched from the Roaring ‘20s to the Internet age.
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