The Queen celebrates her 89th birthday at popular London wine bar

Prince William, 32, and Kate, 33, left their children at home with the nanny to accompany the Queen at a wine bar to celebrate her 89th birthday.

The couple, along with the monarch and other members of the royal family, spent the evening at exclusive private dining club Berry Brothers & Rudd in London’s Kensington and stayed until 10.45pm.

According to reports, other royals sitting round the table included Princess Anne’s children Peter and Zara, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.

Berry Brothers & Rudd is Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant, dating back to the 17th century.

Apparently, the Queen’s birthday meal was held in the private Townhouse dining room, which seats 14 people.

Following the dinner, where a four-course meal costs up to £295 a head and wine at up to £7,000 a bottle, Prince Harry and his cousins headed to the launch of new Japanese-themed nightclub Geisha, but Kate and William decided to go home.

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