Princess Anne turns 70 on August 15 but she won't be able to celebrate it in the way it deserves due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Anne, 69, also known as the Princess Royal, is the Queen's daughter and is known to be one of the hardest working British royals.
While most milestone birthdays such as this are marked with the ringing of the bells at Westminster Abbey, including the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, their children, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.
However, due to the latest guidelines from the Church of England and the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers, Abbey's volunteer bell ringers are currently stood down.
Princess Anne being interviewed in the documentary Anne: The Princess Royal at 70 (ITV)
Princess Anne isn't the only one of the royals to miss out on this honor in 2020.
The Queen also missed out, as did the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
It is hoped that by the time Prince Charles' birthday comes up in November the bell ringers will be back on duty.
Westminster Abbey has hosted some of the most important royal events in history including the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 1947, the Queen's 1953 coronation, and the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011.
One of the last events the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended ahead of their split from the British royals was the Commonwealth Day service in early March.
It has been reported that Princess Anne was able to have lunch with her mum before the Queen and Prince Philip left for Balmoral for the summer.
A new documentary called Anne: The Princess Royal at 70 aired in the UK this week featuring interviews with Princess Anne as well as her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, her children Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall.
In it, the Princess Royal said she has no plans to slow down.
The Princess Royal is one of the hardest-working members of the royal family, completing over 500 engagements a year.
And despite hitting the big 7-0, Princess Anne says she's not stopping anytime soon.
"Slow down? I thought I had slowed down," she said. "I think the thing that nags away is that after all this time, you should have learned something. And I think that's important – before you become irrelevant.
"And there is an element of responsibility to make sure that you kind of knit that knowledge together and pass that on."