PRINCESS Charlotte and Prince George have joined parents Kate and William for tonight’s star-studded Party at the Palace.
The family beamed at the waiting crowds as they stepped out for the glitzy do at Buckingham Palace.
Hundreds of thousands of people are lining The Mall tonight to celebrate.
There were huge cheers as the Cambridges arrived, hours after a royal visit to Wales with their two eldest children.
However, it has been confirmed that the Queen will not be attending the festivities this evening.
Instead, she’ll watch the performances from world-famous artists including Sir Elton John and Diana Ross from the comfort of her home.
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William and Charles will take centre stage in front of the 22,000-strong crowd tonight.
The heirs will give separate speeches in honour of Her Majesty.
The monarch had earlier bowed out of both the service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s and the Epsom Derby after suffering some discomfort on Thursday.
She said she’d decided to take a break from events with “great reluctance”.
Granddaughter Zara Tindall said earlier that Her Majesty is enjoying the celebrations at home in her “comfy clothes”.
Harry and Meghan will also not be in the audience this evening.
The couple will remain at Frogmore Cottage tonight after spending the day celebrating daughter Lilibet’s first birthday privately.
Roman Kemp, the DJ and son of Spandau Ballet favourite Martin Kemp, will be presenting the festivities along with fellow DJ and presenter Clara Amfo.
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- Sweet Princess Charlotte was spotted giggling as she conducted a band on her first royal visit
- Forecasters have warned Party at the Palace crowds could face flash flooding tonight as a warning is issued
- A professional lip reader has revealed a very personal comment Harry made to cousin Zara yesterday
- Zara has also given an update on the Queen’s health today, revealing her grandmother is enjoying the celebrations at home
- Brits around the country are making the most of the warm weather as they lift a glass to toast Her Majesty
Famous performers include the likes of Rod Stewart, Craig David, George Ezra and Alicia Keys.
They’ll be accompanied by a full, live orchestra.
The show is set to begin at 7.30pm and last until 10.30pm.
Kirsty Young will be hosting the concert and presenting much of the BBC’s coverage of the Jubilee.
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It is the second to last of the major Jubilee events, with the Platinum Jubilee Pageant set to take place tomorrow.
During the 2012 Jubilee, Madness, Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue performed in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.