Workmen install a new mural by Frederick Wimsett, of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II to mark her 90th birthday celebrations, in central London, Tuesday, April, 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday Thursday with a family gathering and a cake baked by a reality television star, as a new poll finds Britain's longest serving monarch is as popular as ever.The queen has reigned for more than 63 years and shows no sign of retiring, even if she has in recent years passed on some of her duties to the younger royals.The Muslim mother-of-three will present the orange drizzle cake, with orange curd and orange butter cream, to the queen personally -- a prospect she said has left her "so nervous I can't even look at the oven".The queen will also attend a family birthday dinner organised by her heir Prince Charles, emphasizing her role as the head of four generations of the House of Windsor.
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