Queen, Rod Stewart and Andrea Bocelli composed music for Jubilee


Prince Charles with his daughters at the official box representing his mother and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Catherine

Queen guitarist Brian May.
Queen guitarist Brian May.Jonathan Buckmaster | APAP
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international figures such as rod Stewart You Andrea Bocelli For 70 years of rule, this Saturday attended the great concert of Platinum Jubilee Elizabeth IIIn an event that has brought together more than 20,000 people.

An energetic Rod Stewart, in a yellow jacket, wowed the crowd with his song ‘Baby Jane’, before singing along to ‘Sweet Caroline’, a favorite of English football fans.

front mounted on the great stage Buckingham PalaceItalian tenor Andrea Bocelli also sang along with ‘Nesum Dorma’ in honor of British athletes, some of whom were shown on giant screens held in place.

through the huge screen installed on the great Avenida The MallIn front of the palace, attendees danced and sang to the beat of the group Queen’s music with songs such as ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘We Are the Champion’, as well as Jacques Jones, Mabel, Steplon Don and of Elbow and its Orchestra,

rod Stewart.
rod Stewart.alastair grantAP

the group did not disappear Duran DuranThe façade of the palace followed with a show of colors, while several models in wide yellow robes paraded the stage and some young people danced to the beat of the music.

attended the official box Prince Carlos and the heir to the British crown, representing his mother; Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and CatherineWith his two eldest sons, the princes George and Catherinesimultaneously princess anneThe queen’s daughter, and other relatives of the sovereign.

Thousands of spectators wept en masse when Rani appeared on the huge screen where she was having tea with the famous character Paddington Bear,


In an unexpected intervention, which was recorded, the sovereign followed the rhythm ‘we will Rock You’ After exchanging conversation with Paddington Bears, touching the tea spoon to his cup saucer, tells him that he shared his taste for jam sandwiches.

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