The Queen’s Birthday is a holiday in the British Virgin Islands on the second Saturday in June.
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Interestingly, the real birthday of Queen Elizabeth II is 26 April, but a June holiday is a longstanding tradition in many British overseas territories and Commonwealth countries.
On Queen’s Birthday, the governor of BVI ceremonially inspects the parading units, be they military, police, or civilian. And awards are given out to various “deserving individuals”.
As this holiday is always celebrated on a Saturday, it has little impact on the lives of most BVI residents compared to other holidays that fall on week days.