TWO sisters performed George Formby’s most beloved hit for the Queen during her 92nd birthday party.

Catalina and Francesca Davies, aged 14 and 20 respectively, gave a rendition of When I’m Cleaning Windows with fellow George Formby Society members alongside Frank Skinner, Harry Hill and Ed Balls in front of around 5,000 people at the Royal Albert Hall.

Their singing and ukulele performance was also screened live on TV to millions more viewers across the UK.

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While Catalina is ‘top of the class in music’ at Great Sankey High School, Francesca is currently coming to the end of her studies in music at Liverpool Hope University.

Francesca, who has previously performed solo in venues including the Brindley in Runcorn and the Liverpool Philharmonic, said: “All the royal family were there and the Queen is a big fan of George Formby.

“He performed for the Queen and the royal family in the 1930s and 1940s so she was nodding along to the song – apparently she wants to be the president of the George Formby Society.

“Our president and secretary actually managed to meet her after the show and she asked them whether it was difficult to play the ukulele, and Prince Charles said they would have to join the society.

“This has been a really big step and I’m absolutely honoured – it still hasn’t sunk in yet but it was the best experience ever.”

Francesca’s love of George Formby’s work began when she was still in primary school, with the comedian inspiring her to pick up the ukulele.

She said: “I used to be a big fan of Laurel and Hardy, and I over watched all their video cassettes so my uncle said I should watch George Formby’s films.

“When I watched I See Ice and I knew I had to get a ukulele - I was about seven years old and I haven’t stopped playing since.

"I just love his lyrics and the big ending where you can do the solos - they're brilliant.

The pair, who live in Newton-Le-Willows, also perform as an Andrews Sisters tribute act under the name of the Davies Sisters.

Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, Sting, Shaggy and the Prime Minister Theresa May were also present during their gig for the Queen’s birthday.

With the society, they gave an impromptu performance at Euston Station after their big night when their train home was hit by delays.

Francesca said: “There was an hour delay to our train so we performed at Euston Station – everyone was taking pictures and it ended up being the most trending hashtag on Twitter.”

Proud dad Ivor added: “Francesca has been playing since the age of six and Catalina has grown up watching George Formby until the cows came home from when she was about 18 months old.

“Catalina is top of the class in music now and Francesca has been getting good grades at university.

“They’ve gone on and on and progressed and they’re playing venues all over the country now.”