Platinum Jubilee

The best pictures of the royal family at the platinum party at the palace party

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Jubilee celebrations continue! After celebrating 70 years of the Queen’s reign with a parade, church service and a royal tour of the UK, the royals are headed to a concert tonight: the Platinum Concert at the Palace. Tonight’s event features an all-star line-up. Notably, the show will be opened by the Queen and Adam Lambert, and will be concluded by star Diana Ross – who is performing live in the UK for the first time in 15 years.

“I have had the honor to meet the Queen many times throughout my life, including when I was with my family,” Ross said in a statement. “Her Majesty has been and continues to be an incredible inspiration to many around the world, and I was so delighted to receive an invitation to perform on such a great historical occasion.”

Other musicians include Sir Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys, Hans Zimmer, Doran Duran, Craig David, Andrea Bocelli and others. Other celebrities who were teased before the event included Sir David Attenborough, David Beckham and Mrs. Julie Andrews.

While the Queen herself is not expected to attend, there will be many members of her family, including Princes Charles and William due to give speeches, the Duchess of Cambridge, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Princess Anne, the Wessex family, and many more. relatives. It doesn’t look like the Sussexes were at the party this evening. Today marks their daughter Lily’s first birthday, and it is understood that they are spending the day especially.

Here, the best photos from the event.

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A scene from the crowd before the party starts.

It was a busy day for the Cambridge kids! After traveling to Wales with their parents this morning, they should come to the party tonight.

This is a candid shot of Kate talking to her kids. While George seems very excited, Charlotte looks a little overwhelmed.

Here she looks a little more excited!

Prince George, Prince William and Camilla take their seats at the parade.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex sat near Princess Beatrice and Vice-Admirals Sir Tim Lawrence and Savannah Phillips for the ceremony.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and her children, James, Viscount Severn and Mrs. Louise Windsor, interact during the platinum party.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson take their seats

Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, wave to the audience as Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank look ahead.

Eugenie and Edo laugh.

Audiences are watching a movie of Queen Elizabeth II having tea with Paddington Bear on a big screen

Camilla, Charles and Ann laughing.

The Queen’s Brian May performs in front of an uninteresting statue of Queen Victoria.

Adam Lambert sings with the Queen.

Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton, was seen in the crowd.

As were Kate’s parents, Carol and Michael Middleton.

A few weeks ago at the Met Gala, Lin Manuel Miranda hinted at a surprise project with Andrew Loyd Webber to mark the jubilee.

Actors from the Phantom of the Opera performed the musical.

As did the actors from the musical Hamilton.

Cambridge patriotic moment during Rod Stewart’s performance.

British singer Mabel performs on stage.

Kate shares a moment with Princess Charlotte.

British singer Mimi Webb.

Another view of a huge crowd gathered to enjoy the music.

William and Camilla share a moment.

Alicia Keys delivers a wave to the audience after the performance.

A scene from the crowd waving Union Jack.

Camilla waves to the crowd after Charles’ moving tribute to his mother. Read the full speech here.

Corgi-inspired light show.

The evening’s last artist: Diana Ross!

Stunning light show at the end of the night.

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