The tiny street party took Legoland’s model making team 650 hours to build, and it took some 30,000 bricks to finish the epic creation. It took 520 bricks alone to create the mini Royal Family.
The party took place in front of an eerily realistic recreation of Buckingham Palace, built using 35,000 Lego bricks.
At the Royal Lego picnic table were Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry and Princesses Anne, Beatrice and Eugenie, not to mention the Queen’s corgis.
The Lego Queen wore a tiny crown encrusted with 48 real diamonds, and the female members of Royal Lego family wore hats made by the Queen’s milliner.
It wouldn’t be a Royal birthday party without Union Flags, bunting, rows of picnic tables full of mini champagne bottles and hampers.
Although the Queen is expecting 10,000 guests in real life, only 600 Lego guests showed up. The Lego version will be on display at Legoland Windsor until November.