The Queen was the opening act on the star-studded “Occasion on the Palace” live performance.
The 96-year-old monarch appeared in a hilarious pre-recorded video with one other beloved British establishment, Paddington Bear.
The sketch featured them having fun with a day tea at Buckingham Palace with the Queen confiding that she additionally adores marmalade sandwiches and retains an emergency stash in her trademark purse.
Paddington, who drank his tea straight from the teapot spout, was voiced by actor Ben Whishaw, who additionally voiced the character within the two “Paddington Bear” films.
Naturally, chaos ensued as Paddington, who as followers can attest, manages to create havoc wherever he goes, sprayed cream from a chocolate eclair over a Palace Footman.
The skit ended with the duo tapping their teacups to the Queen traditional “We Will Rock You” to launch the musical extravaganza.
The Queen revealed that she too has a stash of emergency marmalade sandwiches.Buckingham Palace/YouTube
Anticipated to carry out is a formidable checklist of artists together with Diana Ross, Elton John, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Duran Duran, Nile Rodgers, Alicia Keys, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Rod Stewart, Andrea Bocelli, and naturally Queen headed by “American Idol” alum, Adam Lambert.
A gaggle of royal members of the family fortunately took their seats together with Prince Charles and his spouse Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and his spouse Sophie together with their youngsters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been additionally on the live performance.Getty Pictures
Not in attendance are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who’re stated to be spending the day privately.
Each Prince Charles and Prince William are anticipated to take the stage to pay tribute to the Queen to have fun her 70-year-long reign.