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Queen Elizabeth II received warm wishes from members of the royal family on Tuesday.
“Mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and Head of State, The Queen’s extraordinary reign has been longer than any other monarch in British history – inspiring a nation and dedicating her life to the service of the Commonwealth and its people,” the caption read.
The royal couples recognized the Queen’s “inspiring” leadership in a seven-picture post, each one representing a decade she’s held the throne.
The family included a personal photo of the Queen with her late husband, Prince Philip, with a few of their great-grandchildren.
The tribute comes shortly after Queen Elizabeth II held her first in-person meeting since battling COVID-19.
The Queen met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.
“This afternoon The Queen received the Prime Minister of Canada, @JustinTrudeau, for an Audience at Windsor Castle,” the official Twitter account wrote.
Due to the privacy of the audiences, a spokesperson for Queen Elizabeth II could not comment on what was discussed during the meeting.
Trudeau traveled to the United Kingdom on Sunday. The prime minister informed his social media followers that he was heading to the country to “further support” the people of Ukraine as Russia invades the country.
Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin labeled the attack a “special military operation.”
Queen Elizabeth II has not publicly spoken out about the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, but did reportedly donate to Ukraine, the U.K. charity Disasters Emergency Committee claimed.
However, other royals have spoken on the matter. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Prince Charles have all condemned the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Fox News’ Lauryn Overhultz and The Associated Press contributed to this report.