Anniversary concert to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the reign of Elizabeth II.
Another bright event in the week of anniversary celebration. Buckingham Palace hosted a grand concert, which began with a performance by the rock bands Queen and Adam Lambert, who performed many of their famous hits.
Other guest stars included Alicia Keys, Mabel, Andrea Bocelli, Hans Zimmer and Annie Lennox. The recording also featured a performance by Elton John. The event was called off by Diana Ross, who had not given public concerts for a long time, but made an exception for an important event.
The celebration was not limited to concerts. Choreographic numbers were also performed on stage and after midnight the palace turned into a laser show.
According to insiders, Elizabeth II did not attend the concert, but decided to spend time at home and relax.
To recall, the platinum anniversary celebrations began on June 2 with the Trooping the Color military parade.
Almost all members of the royal family gathered to congratulate Elizabeth, most notably Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, for whom their arrival in the UK in connection with the event was their first official visit to the United States. Meanwhile, members of the royal family traveled to Wales and Northern Ireland as part of celebrations across Britain.
William and his wife Kate met two of their three children, Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, at Cardiff Castle, Wales, before a separate concert in the palace grounds in honor of the Queen.
The Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, and his wife Sophie visit a 1950s-themed beach entertainment festival in Wessex Counties, Belfast. Edward tried his hand at making a portrait of Guinness at dinner, while Sophie danced to the ’50s and ’60s.