ၿဗိတိသွ် ဘုရင္ မ ႀကီး ၏ ၇၅ ႏွစ္ ေျမာက္ နန္းသက္ စိန္ ရတု တြင္ စိန္ ့ဂ်ိ္မ္း ပတ္(ခ) ႏွင့္ ဘာင္ဟမ္ နန္းေတာ္ တို ့ ဥ္
ေပ်ာ္ပြဲ ရႊင္ ပြဲ ႏွင့္ ဂီတ ေဖ်ာ္ ေျဖ ပြဲ မ်ား က်င္း ပ ေနသည္ ကို ေတြ ့ရစဥ္။ အဆို ပါ ေဖ်ာ္ေျဖ ပြဲ ဥ္ အယ္(လ)တန္ဂၽြန္
Festival fever: Thousands of royal fans pack out the Union Flag-lined Mall in London, where they were able to watch the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace
Night to remember: The crowd of an estimated 500,000 sang, danced and cheered along to the gig, which featured pop royalty who made their names throughout the Queen’s reign
Grand day out: The celebrations were full of mixed emotions from the concern over Prince Philip being taken to hospital with a bladder infection to the excitement of seeing some of the biggest acts in the world
Beautiful scenery: A rainbow arcs over the iconic London skyline as the crowds gather for the Diamond Jubilee concert in front of Buckingham palace
Pomp and circumstance: A sea of red, white and blue flags adorns the foreground as the Queen and Prince Charles appear on stage at the end of the concert
A beacon is lit (left) to mark the end of the concert, while earlier (right) Buckingham Palace is illuminated with projected flowers as Sir Paul McCartney plays at the gig
One for posterity: A reveller captures the action as the party gets into full swing. The Mall and St James’s park became so full, police had to divert crowds to Hyde Park
Patriotic: The capital came together in the streets and parks surrounding Buckingham Palace in a show of community cohesion for as far as the eye could see
Royal approval: Sir Elton John performing on the big screens which were relaying the concert live to the crowds which lined the Mall, St James’s Park and Hyde Park
Red sky delight: Crowds in Hyde Park watch singing legend Shirley Bassey on the big screen against a beautiful sunset during the concert
Festival fever: The sheer weight of numbers in the crowd becomes more apparent in this aerial photograph of The Mall
Hats ON to the Queen: Well-wishers of all ages get into the spirit of the occasion, on the only the second time in Britain’s history that we have celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of a monarch
Dressed for the occasion: A young girl wearing and holding a Union Flag watches the Diamond Jubilee Concert from The Mall
Royal outing: Thousands of well-wishers from around the world have flocked to London to witness the spectacle of the weekend’s celebrations
Star-studded line-up: Pop princess Kylie Minogue was among the performers who also included Shirley Bassey, Sir Elton John, Sir Cliff Richard and Cheryl Cole.
It must be love: Giant hearts are projected onto Buckingham Palace as Madness perform on the roof during the music spectacular
Shining bright: More projections are beamed onto the Palace, this time while Sir Paul McCartney performs a selection of hits during the gig
Rule Britannia: A girl waves a Union Flag (left) during the concert, while another sports a St George’s Cross on her face (right) in a patriotic show of support
Land of Hope and Glory: The concert was part of a series of events being held this weekend to mark the Queen’s 60 years on the throne. Others include Sunday’s River Pageant and today’s State Procession
Prince Charles brought the curtain down with an emotional and witty tribute to his mother which barely left a dry eye in the house.
After Charles’ speech there was a huge fireworks display fired from the roof of the palace.
If nothing else, Britain certainly showed the world how to throw a party.
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The crowds had the added bonus of far drier conditions than the previous two days of the jubilee weekend when rain tried, but failed, to put a dampener on proceedings
Colourful: Canadian Bernatte Christie (left) camped overnight in readiness for the concert, while Alex Christofides (right) joins in the fun in British regalia
It’s a screamer: The crowds go wild for Robbie Williams as he performs his smash hit Let Me Entertain You
Spectacular: Spectators wave Union Flags as they watch singer Robbie Williams perform during the Diamond Jubilee concert in front of Buckingham Palace