Queen’s Jubilee LIVE: Her Majesty will not be attending the Epsom Derby when day three begins


The third day of the Queen’s Jubilee begins, but Her Majesty will not be attending the much-anticipated Epsom Derby today, it turns out.

Prince Charles and Prince William will take to the stage at a star-studded anniversary concert tonight to pay a public tribute to the Queen.

The father and son – both future royals – will speak separately in the monarch’s honor towards the end of the BBC’s open-air show, which takes place outside Buckingham Palace tonight.

Diana Ross, Queen + Adam Lambert, Alicia Keys, Hans Zimmer, George Ezra and Eurovision 2022 runner-up Sam Ryder are among the celebrity acts gearing up to attract live audiences of 22,000 people and television audiences in the millions to entertain.

Both Charles and William would address the crowds at the Palace’s Platinum Party, which falls on the third night of the four-day anniversary celebrations.

It is considered unlikely that the Queen will attend the concert, but confirmation of all moves will be released on the day.

She won’t be taking part in Saturday’s Epsom Derby Day but the keen racegoer will be glued to the TV watching developments from Windsor.

The anniversary celebrations at the course will continue as planned, with the Princess Royal expected to represent her mother.

Full list of today’s events here.

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