Prince Charles talks about the “quarrel” at the jubilee celebrations in the middle of the royal gathering

Isabelle Casey

Prince Charles he revealed that he hopes the ‘shootings’ will not return after a weekend of ‘togetherness’ to celebrate this weekend’s jubilee.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall began the last day of the celebration to mark the Queen’s 70-year reign with a meeting with guests at the Great Jubilee Lunch in Oval, South London.

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At the celebrations, Sarah Friar, executive director of the neighborhood app Nextdoor, was among 450 guests who met Charles and Camilla and sat opposite the prince at the table.

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Sarah, who is originally from San Francisco, discovered this Charles commented: “When it comes to Monday, will we return to the quarrel? Let’s hope we don’t do that. “

Charles and Camilla at the Big Lunch in Paddington

She said: “He said in the end how great it was that everyone got together this weekend.”

Sara added that it was a “wonderful thought” for all of us.

Gemma Snow, from the Eden project, sat next to Charles at the table and said he was talking about “maintaining that togetherness”.

Beatrice and Eugenie soon joined the celebration

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie soon joined their aunts and uncles and took part in a series of activities such as turning plates and bowling at an exciting lunch in Paddington.

It was an epic weekend for members of the royal family who came together for spectacular celebrations.

Prince Harry and Megan Markle flew in for the weekend with children Archie (4) and Lilibet (1) who met their great-grandmother, the queen, for the first time on Friday.

The historic weekend will end on Sunday, culminating in a lavish selection featuring a 3km carnival procession from the Horse Guard, along Whitehall to Admiralty Arch and down The Mall to Buckingham Palace.

Fans are hoping to see the Queen appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace along with her extended family to end the weekend celebrations.

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