Legoland has created a miniature street party to celebrate the Queen's 90th and it's amazing
This coming weekend will be the official Patron's Lunch -- a giant street party for 10,000 guests to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday and it will take place on The Mall, beside Buckingham Palace.
Legoland Windsor Resort has unveiled a miniature street party outside a model of Buckingham Palace in Miniland ahead of the event on June 12th.
Legoland decided to throw Her Royal Highness the street party made entirely of Lego, complete with a mini version of the Royal Family and the Queen's corgis.
All in all it took Legoland's model-making team 650 hours to build, requiring some 30,000 bricks to finish the epic creation.
The party took place in front of an eerily realistic recreation of Buckingham Palace, built using 35,000 Lego bricks.
There are Union Flags, bunting, rows of picnic tables full of mini champagne bottles and hampers - all of which you'd expect at a celebration for a royal.