From debating the pronunciation of ‘scone’ to moaning about the weather, nothing is more British than putting up the bunting and celebrating the Queen’s birthday.
So in true 21st century style the big names of south west London took to Twitter to wish Queen Elizabeth a Happy 90th Birthday this morning .
MP for Chelsea and Fulham Greg Hands kicked celebrations off early this morning.
— Greg Hands (@GregHands) April 21, 2016
Conservative Mayoral candidate and MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston Zac Goldsmith got a bit emotional.
Wishing a very happy 90th birthday to Her Majesty The Queen. She is a true inspiration – long may she reign. #Queenat90
— Zac Goldsmith (@ZacGoldsmith) April 21, 2016
Labour Mayoral candidate and Tooting MP Sadiq Khan came over all patriotic.
The Queen has served our country brilliantly for many decades – sending best wishes on her birthday.#HappyBirthdayYourMajesty
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) April 21, 2016
Whereas MP for Kingston and Surbiton James Berry kept things minimalist.
MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake went all out.
Our Queen, rightly being praised in a Tribute in Westminster today for her outstanding public service. God Save the Queen.
— Tom Brake (@thomasbrake) April 21, 2016
Merton funny-man David Walliams used his obligatory tweet to name drop.
— David Walliams HQ (@davidwalliams) April 21, 2016
No hasthtag was needed as Richmond comedian Shappi Khorsandi wished her old pal Liz a Happy Birthday.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LIZZIE!! It's Shappi!! we met in 1984, you were opening Ealing B'way Shopping centre, I was trying not to pee (was long wait)
— Shaparak Khorsandi (@ShappiKhorsandi) April 21, 2016
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home went for a #ThrowbackThursday.
— Battersea (@Battersea_) April 21, 2016
And finally, everyone’s favourite Made in Chelsea star expects the Queen to go large. Jägerbomb anyone?
Happy Birthday your Majesty… Go enormous
— Jamie Laing (@JamieLaing_UK) April 21, 2016
Featured image courtesy of Royal Navy Media Archive, with thanks