It was incredibly difficult to top the massive explosion of love that followed Her Majesty when she appeared in the ‘James Bond’ parody with Daniel Craig for the 2012 Games, but she did it again – a great opening with Paddington Bear – a huge favorite with the Queen and Princess Charlotte, which made the party The whole palace is off to a great start. Then it exploded, and superstar Brian May, Roger Taylor and Adam Lambert shook the ground with an explosive performance.
The royal family came out in force this evening with tens of thousands of fans at the star-studded gala at the Palace event, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were missing out.
This concert is the highlight of the third day of public events for the celebration The 96-year-old monarch The platinum jubilee broke the record with 22,000 people in person outside Buckingham Palace.
Motown legend Diana Ross performed for the first time in Britain 15 years ago. She was the star attraction of the event, which was held on a purpose-built 360-degree stage outside the Queen’s residence in central London.
Among the royals in attendance at Saturday’s live jubilee party, which took place on Saturday in front of Buckingham Palace, were the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Prince of Wales. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In addition, the first time Princess Charlotte.
Prince George looks grown up and elegant, plus of course, with the rough air of being a bit awkward with his mom and dad who was fun to watch.
Prince Charles and Prince William took to the stage in front of a crowd of 22,000 to honor the Queen during the star-studded Jubilee Party – proving that everything the media is saying is that members of the royal family are more popular than ever – and the event truly showed the Great success of the jubilee Until now.
Other royals include the Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount Severn, Princess Royal and Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack.
The show was a stellar lineup and adorable messages but one of the biggest cheers for the night came to former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama speaking so sweetly of the Queen.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, along with Kate and William, really enjoyed the singing element of the show and looked so happy and really enjoying such a wonderfully sweet event. The interesting thing is that after a while Charlotte started getting tired and looked through the mother who was smiling and whispering something in her ear which pleased the child who didn’t seem until the end.
How about the massive star-studded cheer for Rod Stewart? It’s a huge royal favorite of William who dedicated Rod’s song “You’re In My Heart” at his wedding to Kate.
Ross starred like a real star who gave the audience what they wanted which was her huge hit streak and how they tainted it.
British stars like Craig David told me, “I’ve never been so nervous. I never think to be honest, but you want to do your best, right, and yes, I hope they sing together.” Rest assured, Craig, they did.
Stylish star Neil Rogers told me behind the scenes that, “In terms of a career honestly, this is the ultimate Neil. There’s nothing bigger than what I’m doing right now.” Chic turned out to be a royal favorite as Catherine danced in a chair along the entire section of Nile Songs.
A favorite of the late Princess Diana, Duran Duran undoubtedly struck a chord with William as the band told me backstage that her huge endorsement of the band early in their careers had been a huge hit thanks to their star power in the US and “we’ve always been so grateful for that, But we know she loved our music which was just a thrill.”
‘Harry Potter’ actor Stephen Fry has been bombarded with his anti-government jokes and this proved to be very embarrassing when he looked at the Royal Box who was in chat mode with Prime Minister Boris Johnson so it wasn’t the time to attack him on stage around the world. public. As one guest told me, “He’d talk about mental health and depression and then bully the PM on stage.”
The big result of the ceremony was undoubtedly the American singing legend Diana Ross.
Diana, who took to stage in a stunning black and white tulle dress at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee for her first performance in the UK in 15 years, created a huge storm and the audience became very unruly, including Catherine who is clearly a fan after all. We’ve seen her sing with all the songs including the number one “String Reaction”.
Another legend on camera was Sound of Music star Dame Julie Andrews who rose to fame on her royal holiday in 1948 at the Royal Command show singing to Queen George’s father, the national anthem, an anthem we knew Her Majesty really enjoyed after all. Did you also sit there in the box? Dolly Parton has been very well received and has particularly teased country singer Prince Charles who is a huge fan of Dolly.
Who was the real star of the show? You must be the queen Nothing simple and simple can top the opening chart and at 96 years old she has never failed to surprise. To see the joy on Princess Charlotte’s face when she saw the Queen with Paddington on the big screen was magical and how it would create a lasting memory for her and Prince George.
It was royal history making right there at Buckingham Palace and I am delighted to be able to share my memories with you about this once in a lifetime event.
Finally, this was a test event for Prince William, addressing the crowd and a large world audience that must have been horrified. On previous occasions he would have turned to his younger brother Harry for support, but while Prince William spoke kindly and candidly, I was told the one he wanted to impress the most was his father, Prince Charles, who wiped a tear as his son spoke.
Catherine beamed with George looking at his father in awe. I wonder what Prince George is really making of all this at such a very young age, Prince William though one day he will be ours and he has made us proud of the world.