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-- royal celebration to be complete without singing fireworks and a -- extra.
-- I'll mark the end of the queen's river pageant on the River Thames.
Party's far from over.
All right Amy Kellogg joins us inside the royal palace gardens in London with all the details about tonight's rock and roll concert.
And first of all I came across an interesting fact of guys that.
The first real jubilee celebration was held by king George the third -- Was famous for losing the American colonies and that jubilee was celebrated with -- roasts.
Things have changed there's going to be a picnic here today in Buckingham Palace gardens and I have a little sneak peek at what the guests are going to be eating 101000 people were invited.
But it was a lottery so it was quite equitable and this is a picnic basket that they're all getting completely it's a very importantly.
Deluxe waterproof -- because the weather has been on and off this weekend.
And then and then all sorts of British.
British delicacies -- chutney.
And Diamond Jubilee chick in the some duchy originals waitress -- and biscuits.
Salads cakes and all of that and a lovely little message from the master of the household saying.
That her majesty hopes that it will be a memorable and enjoyable day for you -- also voucher for either a glass of champagne.
Here are not nonalcoholic beverage to 101000 people are gonna be enjoying a little picnic here.
In the palace gardens and then another 101000 will be sort of on a different status standing at this concert but in the arena and then.
Half a million are expected to pack them out tonight Stevie Wonder will be performing sir Elton John -- Keith Richards.
Dame Shirley backseat Kiley may not.
It's really going to be quite an event this of course coming the day after that magnificent.
Pageant of boats along the -- -- thousand votes many.
With a history some having played a part in World War II.
-- some private boats and of course they incredible.
Bartz at the royal family was on the queen incredibly stoic as she was battered by a rain.
She had a little cover but it was coming in.
-- the winds horizontally and drenching people it was.
As -- freezing day.
And then tonight after this concert wraps up there will be an extraordinary.
Event a memorable event of a lighting a 4000 beacons across the country.
First speak and I think it's already been lit and New Zealand.
But that well that will wrap up today tomorrow will be a big service of Thanksgiving at saint -- and -- procession through London.
I think you could see the queen's face yesterday -- over the course of the -- -- just looking so happy normally.
She does have that -- -- -- but this is clearly something that she's very touched by this enormous party that's been put on for her and the royalties had its ups and downs as we all know -- and scandals and divorces and and many different moments but I think right now people are united in their support for this woman -- for six decades has been queen.
Of this country.
That's the latest from Buckingham Palace -- skies.
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