The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and their son Archie, called the monarch via Zoom yesterday (April 21) to wish her a happy 94th birthday.
The couple shared the news via their spokesperson.
Harry, Meghan and Archie spoke to the head of the royal family later than the rest of her nearest and dearest due to the time difference in LA, where they are living.
Read more: Emmerdale's Michelle Hardwick is pregnantVanity Fair reports the young family dialled in just before teatime, when the Queen was about to enjoy a slice of birthday cake.
The Queen has had messages and calls from all her family which has made her day very special.
A source revealed that aides had installed the video calling app on the monarch's iPad so that she can stay in touch with friends and family.
She is currently in isolation at Windsor Castle with her husband Prince Philip.
"Very special" day
"The Queen has had messages and calls from all her family which has made her day very special," a source revealed.
The Queen hasn't seen her great-grandson in person since last year.
He turns one in two weeks, on May 6.
According to reports, the Queen celebrated her birthday with a virtual birthday party with her family.
She also requested that there be no traditional gun salutes on her special day, as she didn't feel it appropriate in the current climate.
Message from Will and Kate
The Queen is due to celebrate her official birthday in June.
However, this year, the annual Trooping The Colour ceremony – which coincides with the event – has been cancelled during to the coronavirus pandemic.
Spotted in LA
Last week, Harry and Meghan were spotted in Los Angeles for the first time.
They wore seen wearing gloves and face masks as they delivered essential supplies on behalf of the charity Project Angel Food.
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