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Prince Charles hailed the Queen as everyone’s “mother” in an emotional tribute to her record-breaking platinum anniversary.

To thunderous cheers from the 10,000 spectators who gathered outside Buckingham Palace tonight, Charles declared: “Your Majesty… Mama” as he thanked the 96-year-old monarch on behalf of “the whole world” for her incredible job.

Amid a sound festival of the world’s greatest music artists, including Diana Ross and Queen, all gathered in recognition of the record-breaking Queen’s 70-year accession to the throne, Charles spoke of the “outpouring of warmth and affection” from millions of Britons who have spoken about the Stage revel country this bank holiday weekend.







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The Prince of Wales’ heartfelt words were coordinated with projections onto the Queen’s Buckingham Palace, recorded during her seven decades on the throne and specially selected by Charles himself.

In several historical moments, the Queen was shown taking a carriage ride down the Mall when Nelson Mandela made a state visit to the UK in 1996, and the handshake between Her Majesty The Queen and former Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuiness almost exactly one ago ten years in June 2012.







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As the cheering continued to spread across London’s famous Mall, where thousands more created a patriotic sea of ​​red, white and blue, Charles, 73, said: “The scale of the celebrations tonight – and the radiance of warmth and affection throughout this anniversary Weekend – is our way of saying thank you – from your family, the country, the Commonwealth, actually the whole world.

“On behalf of all of us, I would like to pay my own tribute to your lifetime of selfless service

“Her family now spans four generations. You are our head of state. And you are our mother too.”







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The Prince made a heartfelt mention of the Queen’s beloved late husband and his father, the late Prince Philip, who passed away last April aged 99.

Speaking in celebration of her Golden Anniversary in 1997, Her Majesty recounted how the Duke of Edinburgh remained her “strength and support” throughout their marriage.

Charles said: “Your ‘strength and staying power’ will be greatly missed tonight but I’m sure he’s here in spirit.







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“My dad would have enjoyed the show and wholeheartedly joined us in celebrating all you continue to do for your country and your people.”

Prince Philip missed the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations at the palace in 2012 after being forced to stay in hospital with a bladder infection.

In another emotional ode to his mother, Charles made what is perhaps an unprecedented observation of the Queen’s character, revealing how she shared with her subjects the joys and pains of life.







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As the country emerges from two years of life amid the coronavirus pandemic, on the eve of this week’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the Queen said how she wishes to see the UK come together and create memories for a lifetime with our friends and family.

Charles also made special mention of her commitment to a life of service, a promise she publicly declared in a speech on her 21st birthday as a young princess, five years before becoming queen after the sudden death of her father, George VI, in 1952 would become.

Charles added: “Your Majesty, you have been with us during our difficult times.







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“And you bring us together to celebrate moments of pride, joy and happiness.

“They met us and talked to us.

“You laugh and cry with us and above all you have been there for us for these seventy years.

“You promised to serve your whole life – you keep delivering.

“That’s why we’re here. That’s what we’re celebrating tonight.”

In over 70 years of post-war Britain, the Queen has seen it all.







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She has seen the comings and goings of 14 different Prime Ministers and 14 US Presidents, met each one, visited over 100 countries and made more than 150 visits to the Commonwealth.

Commenting on the extraordinary way the Queen has moved and adjusted over time, Charles said: “How things have changed.

“We think of everything you have done to make the Commonwealth such an important force for good. They keep making history.

“Looking back, we think of the countless state occasions that are milestones in this nation’s journey. And you will think of red boxes filled with government papers at the end of the day.







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“You will remember those who ran this country.

“Indeed, all the countries you serve. And executives around the world.”

Charles noted that the Queen has been with us during difficult times with a picture of “we shall meet again” Her Majesty amid the coronavirus pandemic and also during times of “pride, joy and happiness” such as the 1966 World Cup trophy she presented to the presented to English captain Bobby Moore.







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A well-known horse racing fanatic and expert, Her Majesty was devastated to have to cancel tonight’s Epsom Derby and concert.

She also missed Friday’s thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral after standing too long at Thursday’s majestic Trooping the Color ceremony.

Royal sources confirmed the Queen was feeling “much better to rest” and was hoping to save herself in part at tomorrow’s rousing finale of the folk pageant in London.







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Charles joked that “there was still time for fun at work,” adding, “Maybe we could have celebrated that Derby winner tonight… maybe next year?”

In a closing eulogy of the Queen’s achievements over seven glorious decades, Charles told the crowd how his mother’s dedication to duty and representing the people of Britain and across the Commonwealth has never wavered.







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Charles added: “I know what really wakes my mum up in the morning is you all – watching at home.

“Represented here tonight in this great audience.”

As more and more incredible images were beamed onto the Queen’s London residence over the past seven decades, Charles said: “These images at your home are the story of your life – and ours.

“So, Your Majesty, that’s why we all say thank you.”

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