Prince Charles calls the queen a ‘mummy’ during an emotional platinum jubilee

Prince Charles she celebrated the queen as everyone’s “mother” in an emotional tribute to her record breaking Platinum Jubilee.

With the rapturous cheers of 10,000 gathered tonight in front of Buckingham Palace, Charles declared: “Her Majesty the Mother”, thanking the 96-year-old monarch on behalf of “the whole world” for her incredible dedication to duty.

Amid a festival of sound by the world’s greatest music artists, including Diana Ross and the Queen, who gathered in recognition of the Queen’s record of breaking 70 years on the throne, Charles spoke of the “outpouring of warmth and affection” of millions of Britons around the world. country this weekend public holidays.

The sincere words of the Prince of Wales were in line with the projections on the Queen’s Buckingham Palace recorded during her seven decades on the throne, specially chosen by Charles himself.







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In several historical moments, the Queen is shown riding in a carriage mall when Nelson Mandela paid a state visit to the United Kingdom in 1996 and a handshake between Her Majesty the Queen and former Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGinnis almost exactly ten years ago, in June 2012. .

As the cheers continued to stretch through London’s iconic shopping mall, where thousands more created a patriotic sea of ​​red, white and blue, Charles, 73, said: “The scale of tonight’s celebration – and the outpouring of warmth and affection throughout this jubilee weekend it is our way to thank you – from your family, your country, the Commonwealth, in fact the whole world.

“On behalf of all of us, I wanted to pay tribute to your lifetime of selfless service

“Your family now includes four generations. You are our head of state. And you are our mother. “







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From the bottom of his heart, the prince especially mentioned the queen’s beloved late husband and his father, the deceased. Prince Philipwho passed away at the age of 99 last April.

Her Majesty said in a speech in 1997 on the occasion of the celebration of her golden wedding anniversary that the Duke of Edinburgh always remained her “strength and stay” during their marriage.

Charles said: “Your strength and stay” is very much missing tonight, but I am sure that he is here in spirit.







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“My dad would enjoy the show and join us with all his heart in celebrating everything you continue to do for your country and your people.”

Prince Philip missed the celebration of the Queen’s diamond jubilee in 2012 at the Palace after he was forced to stay in hospital due to a bladder infection.

In a further emotional ode to his mother, Charles made a perhaps unremembered observation of the Queen’s character, revealing how she shared the joy and pain of life with her subjects.







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As the country emerges from a two-year life in the middle coronavirus pandemic, the Queen said on the eve of this week’s platinum jubilee celebrations, as she wants Britain to come together and create memories that will last a lifetime with our friends and family.

Charles also specifically mentioned her commitment to service, a promise she made publicly in a speech on her 21st birthday as a young princess five years before becoming queen after the sudden death of her father, George VI, in 1952.

Charles added: “Your Majesty, you have been with us in our difficult times.







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“And you bring us together to celebrate moments of pride, joy and happiness.

“You met us and talked to us.

“You laugh and cry with us and, most importantly, you have been there for us, for these seventy years.

“You promised to serve your whole life – you continue to provide.

“It simply came to our notice then. That’s what we’re celebrating tonight. “

More than 70 years of post-war Britain, the Queen has seen it all.







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She saw the arrivals and departures of 14 different prime ministers and 14 American presidents, met with each, visited over 100 countries and had more than 150 visits to the Commonwealth.

Charles commented on the extraordinary way in which the queen moved and adapted to the weather, saying: “How things have changed.

“We think of everything you have done to make the Commonwealth such an important force for good. You continue to make history.

“Looking back, we are thinking about the countless state opportunities that are turning points on the path of this nation. And at the end of the day you will think of red boxes, filled with government papers.







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“You will remember those who ruled this country.

“Indeed, all the countries you serve. And leaders around the world. ”

Charles noted that the Queen was with us in difficult times with a picture of Her Majesty “We will meet again” in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, as well as in times of “pride, joy and happiness” such as the 1966 World Cup. Mooreu.







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As a well-known fanatic and horse racing expert, Her Majesty was horrified that she had to withdraw from today’s Epsom derby, as well as from the concert.

She also missed the Thanksgiving service on Friday at St. Paul’s Cathedral after standing too long at the magnificent Trooping the Color ceremony on Thursday.

Royal sources have confirmed that the Queen feels “much better for the holiday” and hopes to save herself to appear in part at tomorrow’s exciting final of the People’s Choice in London.







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Charles joked that “there was still time for fun in the business”, adding: “Maybe we celebrated that derby winner tonight … maybe next year?”

In final praise for the Queen’s achievements over seven glorious decades, Charles told the gathering that his mother’s commitment to duty and representing the people of Britain and across the Commonwealth has never wavered.







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Charles added: “I know that everyone should be my mother in the morning – to watch at home.

“I’m here tonight in this great audience.”

While even more incredible paintings from the last seven decades have shone in the Queen’s London residence, Charles said: “These paintings in your house are the story of your life – and ours.

“So, Your Majesty, that’s why we all say ‘thank you.'”

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