The Queen returns to the central stage on the last day of the celebration

The editing of the Queen’s video clips over the years has played while Sheeran sang an emotional song while playing guitar.

The view on the balcony was rounded off by a dazzling competition that lasted through The Mall, with star-studded open-top buses, British cultural icons and colorful displays depicting the Queen’s reign.


Earlier, a digital hologram of the 27-year-old sovereign waved to the audience through the window of the same Gold State Coach that took her to the coronation nearly 70 years ago. The gilded 260-year-old carriage – which has not been seen on the capital’s street for 20 years – was accompanied by guards on horseback and contained archival footage of the monarch.

About 10,000 people were involved, including a team of 6,000 performers, on the last day of the jubilee weekend marking the Queen’s 70th anniversary on the throne.

Guards, Gurkhas, Royal Marines and cavalry regiment in their armor and feathers with feathers were among the hundreds of soldiers and women marching through the streets.

Millions of Britons gathered on Sunday for patriotic street parties, picnics and barbecues, and more than 85,000 large jubilee lunches were held across the United Kingdom.

Gold State Coach - along with the Queen's hologram - during Sunday's jubilee election.

Gold State Coach – along with the Queen’s hologram – during Sunday’s jubilee Images

The ambitious selection of 15 million pounds (26 million dollars) is divided into four parts: For the Queen and the country with a military parade; The time of our lives is advancing through seven decades of culture, music and fashion; Let’s celebrate by telling the story of the Queen’s life in 12 chapters with corgi dolls and carnival creations; and the musical spectacle Happy and Glorious.

This included a cultural celebration of the second Elizabethan era, including a dazzling parade of cars and motorcycles from the 1950s, from Morris Minors to rockers.

They were accompanied by couples dancing the Lambeth Walk and a colorful bus upstairs from the 1950s.
This was followed by a peloton of 300 cyclists riding vintage bikes – led by Olympic cyclists Chris Hoy and Kadeena Cox.

Platinum Jubilee Choice took to the streets of London on Sunday.

Platinum Jubilee Choice took to the streets of London on Images

Legendary British rocker Sir Cliff Richard and soprano Katherine Jenkins appeared on an open-top bus at The Mall, while several Daleks – in homage to the BBC’s sci-fi hit Dr Who – lined up next to dancers and old police cars with flashing lights.

Fashionista Gok Wan and famed chef Heston Blumenthal were among the celebrities who represented the 2000s in the selection. The open-roofed bus also included Olympic gold medalists Sir Mo Farah and Ladies Kelly Holmes.

One float is highlighted Peppa Pig characters, Wallace and Gromit, Bob the Builder and Teletubbies.

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, were among members of the royal family who rose to watch the procession as the gilded chariot headed for Buckingham Palace.

Prince William and his wife Catherine and their children were also present in the box.

Pictures previously posted on the couple’s Twitter account show Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis helping their mother in the kitchen. The caption read: “Bake cakes for the local community in Cardiff to enjoy the platinum jubilee street party taking place today! We hope you like it! ”

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