An unprecedented "mini" version of the Queen's official birthday parade is set to take place

Queen Elizabeth will enjoy a small-scale ceremony to mark her official birthday after all.

The event on Saturday will replace the grand Trooping the Colour parade and fly-past over Buckingham Palace that was canceled due to the unprecedented lockdown and social distancing rules in place since the coronavirus pandemic.

Buckingham Palace confirms that a military salute will take place on June 13 at Windsor Castle, where the monarch has been isolating with husband Prince Philip since March 19.

“There will be a small, brief military ceremony at Windsor Castle to mark The Queen’s official birthday," a Buckingham Palace spokesman tells PEOPLE.

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Trooping the Colour 2019
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The Queen will view the slimmed-down military ceremony from the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle. The ceremony will be led by a small contingent of the Welsh Guards and there will be a salute at 11 a.m. – as would have happened at the traditional Trooping the Colour.

Upon her arrival, the Queen will be greeted by a royal salute. A series of military drills will then be carried out as the band plays, and the ceremony will conclude with a second salute before The Queen’s departure.

The event will take place entirely within the confines of Windsor Castle, with no viewing positions for the public.

Trooping the Colour 2018

Trooping the Colour typically sees hundreds of soldiers parading on what is the monarch's official birthday (her real birthday is in April).

It will be a brief boost for the Queen, 94, who has had to cancel many of her favorite springtime events — like her garden parties at Buckingham Palace — because of the crisis.

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Queen Elizabeth rides her horse on the grounds of Windsor Castle
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Media arrangements for the military salute at Windsor Castle on June 13 are still be organized, but it is likely to be broadcast by the BBC.

The Queen – who has kept up with her duties as much as possible, talking with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and her Privy Council by phone — has also tried to stay as active as possible by riding her horses. This week, the palace allowed a photographer to capture her riding 14-year-old horse Fern on the grounds of the castle.