Why does the queen have two birthdays?

Answer

Her Majesty the Queen has her real birthday on 21 April , but it has long been customary to celebrate the sovereigns birthday publicly on a day during the summer, when better weather is more likely. Her Majestys birthday is also celebrated as a public holiday in several Commonwealth countries. Thus, The Queen celebrates her Birthday twice a year.
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The British Sovereign is assigned a second summer-time birthday to allow for parades in better weather
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As stupid as it may seem, her "second" birthday, the "official" one, is so they can celebrate in good weather. Here is what the official royal website says: "
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