Queen's Birthday (Cayman Islands)

Queen's Birthday is a public holiday in Cayman Islands, and it is usually observed on the Monday following the second Saturday in June each year.

Queen's Birthday is to celebrate the birthday of the monarch, however, the date is the Queen's official birthday, which may not be the monarch's actual birthday.

The Cayman Islands are a self-governing British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea. The islands were discovered by the Christopher Columbus in 1503 during his fourth voyage to the Americas. The British formally took control of the Cayman Islands along with Jamaica Islands in 1670. In 1863, the islands became administered as a dependency of the Crown Colony of Jamaica. In 1962, Jamaica gained its independence from the United Kingdom, and the Cayman islands became a separate Crown colony.

Queen's Birthday celebration first started in 1788 marking the birthday of the King of Great Britain, and it was observed on the actual birthday at the beginning and changed to the 2nd Monday in June in 1936 after King George V died.

The following is the list of Queen's Birthday in Cayman Islands from 2021 to 2025.

Queen's BirthdayJun 14, 2021Monday
Queen's BirthdayJun 13, 2022Monday
Queen's BirthdayJun 12, 2023Monday
Queen's BirthdayJun 10, 2024Monday
Queen's Birthday Jun 16, 2025 Monday

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