Concert for the Queen in front of Buckingham Palace: Rock stars on the anniversary |  entertainment

Concert for the Queen in front of Buckingham Palace: Rock stars on the anniversary | entertainment

England remained in a state of emergency for several days, celebrating Elizabeth II (96).

Saturday evening highlight: A huge party was held in front of London’s famous Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen’s 70th anniversary!

In front of thousands of jubilant spectators, stars from around the world rocked the stage on the third day of celebrations for Her Majesty’s Anniversary.

What a sight! Thousands of spectators gathered in front of the “Platinum Party at the Palace” platform in front of Buckingham Palace

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Mood: regal, exuberant, gorgeous!

Among others on the big stage at the “Platinum Party at the Palace” (about 22,000 spectators on site): rocker Queen with Adam Lambert (40), rock legend Rod Stewart (77), British pop star Craig David (41 ), world superstar Elton John (75) as well as Motown legend Diana Ross (78).

American superstar Diana Ross on the main stage in front of Buckingham Palace

American superstar Diana Ross on the main stage in front of Buckingham Palace

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American star Alicia Keys, 41, and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, 63, also insisted they come to the big anniversary party and sing for the British monarch.

The Queen opens the Queen’s Royal Ball

Adam Lambert sings with Band Queen and is joined by Royal Navy drummers

Adam Lambert sings with Band Queen and is joined by Royal Navy drummers

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Queen guitarist Brian May hits the strings for Queen at her anniversary concert in London on Saturday night

Queen guitarist Brian May hits the strings for Queen at her anniversary concert in London on Saturday night

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The big party kicked off with Queen’s “We Will Rock You,” the mega hit that every Brit and the rest of the world probably knows. Then it happened in quick succession: a single musical act followed. Its star ESC Sam Ryder (32), who let the crowd go wild with his song “Space Man,” also caused British fans to go nuts.

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Prince William (39) and his charming wife Kate (40) and their children Charlotte (7) and George (8) rocked the heir to the throne, Prince Charles (73) and his wife Camilla (74). They laughed, sang and had a great time!

Duchess Kate (left, in white), celebrates with her children Charlotte and George and her husband, Prince William

Duchess Kate (front row left, in white), her children Charlotte and George and husband Prince William celebrate and wave flags

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But two are having fun: Prince William and his son, George, are having a great time

But two boys are having a lot of fun: Prince William and his son, George, are having a great time

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Prince Charles and his wife Camilla at the Palace's Platinum Gala

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are in a good mood at the “Platinum Party at the Palace”

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Duchess Camilla laughs with all her heart

Duchess Camilla laughs with all her heart

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 57, and his wife, Carrie, 34, also came along and didn’t want to miss out on the big, grand party.

Also seen on the celebrity stand: Princesses Eugenie (32) and Beatrice (33) with their husbands. A real show of famous royals and politicians.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, also attended the impressive concert

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, also attended the impressive concert

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By the way, Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) were not there. They preferred to celebrate in a private place The first Christmas of their little daughter Lilibet.

And the Queen was not there either. I watched the supposedly big concert at Windsor Castle on TV (it was broadcast by the BBC in England).

The Queen was absent from the ceremony in her honor on Saturday night, but was briefly shown on screen to everyone's delight

The Queen was absent from the gala in her honor on Saturday night but was shown on the big screen to everyone’s delight from the start.

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From the very beginning, Elizabeth II appeared on the big screen in a video clip, to the delight of her fans. In it, she is shown having tea with the film’s character, Paddington.

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“Thank you for everything,” said the bear – speaking from everyone’s heart.

Was that a celebration and what an event for the extra class!

Prince William pays tribute to the Queen in a speech

Prince William gave a moving speech to his grandmother, the Queen, during the ceremony. “You can’t be here today,” he said. “But she might hear us.”

Hailing the Platinum Jubilee ceremony as an event “full of optimism and joy”, he also praised the Queen for her always positive attitude and efforts towards a better future.

Prince William also addressed the Queen's Jubilee Special Party

Prince William also addressed the Queen’s Jubilee Special Party

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Prince William: “If we work together to bring out the best in humanity and restore our planet, we will protect it for our children, our grandchildren, and for generations to come.”

‘Your Majesty, Mom’: Charles thanks the Queen for 70 years of service

Prince Charles, heir to the throne, also took the opportunity to say a few words from the stage to his mother.

Her son thanked the Queen for her decades of service in the United Kingdom. “On behalf of all of us, I want to pay tribute to our lifelong selfless service,” the 73-year-old said in his address to “Her Majesty Mama.”

Prince Charles delivers an inflammatory speech to him

Prince Charles gives an emotional speech to his mother

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The most beautiful pictures of the huge ceremony in front of Buckingham Palace

Paddington, the cinematic talking bear, has tea with the Queen

The talking movie, Paddington Bear, drank tea in a video clip with the Queen, who was not there live

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Hey, we're there too!  Princess Beatrice and her husband Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank wave to fans

Hey, we’re there too! Princess Beatrice and her husband Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank wave to fans

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American singer Alicia Keys plays the piano.  She specially flew, fans freaked out in front of Buckingham Palace when he was

American singer Alicia Keys plays the piano. She specially flew, fans freaked out in front of Buckingham Palace when she sang. With her song “Superwoman” she definitely meant the Queen

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Musician Jax Jones lets sparks fly for the Queen

Musician Jax Jones lets sparks fly for the Queen

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British pop star Craig David sings a tribute to the Queen, wearing sparkly sweatpants

British pop star Craig David sings a tribute to the Queen, wearing sparkly sweatpants

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British ESC star Sam Ryder also sang at the big party in front of the palace

British ESC star Sam Ryder also sang at the big party in front of the palace

Photo: Jonathan Buckmaster/Associated Press

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli breaks down his jubilee songs for the Queen

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli breaks down his jubilee songs for the Queen

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Of course, they couldn't be missing either: British cult group Duran Duran

Of course, it couldn’t be missing either: British cult group Duran Duran

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Singer-songwriter George Ezra Sings - Fans are catching it all on their phones.  Eternal memories!

Singer-songwriter George Ezra Sings – Fans are catching it all on their phones. Eternal memories!

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This is what it looked like from afar.  Huge event

This is what it looked like from afar. Huge event

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All day, fans were excitedly waiting for the Queen's big concert in front of Buckingham Palace

All day, fans were excitedly waiting for the Queen’s big concert in front of Buckingham Palace

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