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Celebrities take centre stage on open-top busses to celebrate Queen’s Jubilee

TWO hundred well-known faces took Britain on a visit down reminiscence lane yesterday in a cavalcade spanning the eight many years of the Queen’s reign.

Fashions Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell joined actress Patsy Kensit on an open-top bus that took us again to the Nineties.

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Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and different ’90s stars took half within the paradeCredit score: Getty
Shirley Ballas waived to royal fans

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Shirley Ballas waived to royal followersCredit score: Getty
Holly Willoughby looked like she was having an amazing time

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Holly Willoughby regarded like she was having an incredible timeCredit score: ©Karwai Tang
Sir Cliff Richard just couldn't contain his excitement

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Sir Cliff Richard simply could not comprise his pleasureCredit score: PA

They have been joined on the higher deck by cosmetics guru Charlotte Tilbury, Idris Elba, Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor, pop stars Neneh Cherry and Nile Rodgers and violinist Vanessa Mae. On the aspect of the double-decker have been photos of the Spice Ladies.

Naomi, 52, stated: “It has been an unbelievable day and I’m honoured to be right here to salute the Queen. Our bus was iconic however we have been starstruck by the 80s bus.”

Kate, 48, was carrying a Vivienne Westwood Union Jack waistcoat.
Every bus was embellished with photos of stars, information tales and fads of their designated decade.

Massive names from the Fifties acquired a fantastic cheer from Prince Charles and Camilla. Movie favorite Hayley Mills, singer Sir Cliff Richard, actresses Anita Harris and Bonnie Langford, boxer Chris Eubank, TV presenter Gloria Hunniford, opera singers Katherine Jenkins and Lesley Garrett, DJ Paul Gambaccini and ballet star Wayne Sleep all made the Fifties come alive.

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Sir Cliff, 81, stated: “It was the best of honours. Although we have been all singing collectively, it felt particular person — only for Her Majesty.”

DJ Tony Blackburn was MC on the Nineteen Sixties double-decker with former Blue Peter presenters Anthea Turner, Valerie Singleton, Peter Purves and Peter Duncan, together with children’ TV favorite Basil Brush.

Corrie veteran Invoice Roache, telly gardener Alan Titchmarsh, actress Caroline Quentin, and presenter Kate Garraway have been on deck too.

The Seventies have been represented by Noddy Holder, Angela Rippon, Chris Tarrant, Debbie McGee, Craig Charles, John Craven, Johnny Ball, actor Patrick Mower, chef Rick Stein, Strictly choose Shirley Ballas and actress Stephanie Beacham.

The most important cheer of the day was for the float carrying the singing forged of West Finish present Mamma Mia!.

Lead singer Mazz Murray, 48, revealed: “Twenty years in the past I used to be a younger singer on the Palace roof with Brian Might. To be right here at this time is a dream come true.”

Mazz acquired up on stage after the Queen’s balcony look yesterday to sing Abba hits to the group.

A Eighties bus carried Olympic ice dancers Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. They have been joined by Video games greats Daley Thompson, Duncan Goodhew, Sharron Davies and Tessa Sanderson.

Additionally on board have been TV and theatre stars Anthony Head, Letitia Dean, Simon Callow and Nigel Planer, presenters Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford, Timmy Mallet and Gary Lineker, music mogul Pete Waterman and singer Tony Hadley.

BBC Youngsters in Want mascot Pudsey was additionally on the highest deck.
Bushy biker Si King, Gok Wan, comic Chris McCausland, and Olympic heroes Sir Mo Farah, Dame Kelly Holmes and Sally Gunnell hitched a trip on the 2000s bus bearing a large image of late singer Amy Winehouse.

AJ Odudu, Holly Willoughby, Rylan Clark, Joe Wicks and Nicole Scherzinger have been on the 2010s bus.

Stars in vehicles and on bikes additionally joined the exceptional Platinum Jubilee pageant. Olympic gold-winning cycle aces Sir Jason and Dame Laura Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy led 300 bikes down the Mall.

Half a dozen dames have been additionally pushed spherical in Jaguars, together with movie icon Joan Collins and 60s mannequin Twiggy.

They accomplished the 1½-mile route close to Buckingham Palace however Bake Off choose Prue Leith’s automobile broke down. Earlier, a parade of 1,800 servicemen and ladies — together with 200 horses — took 19 minutes and 30 seconds to go the Queen Victoria Memorial.

The extravaganza was the brainchild of Pageant Grasp Adrian Evans, 64 — the person behind the ill-fated Diamond Jubilee river procession marred by rain.

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He spent 18 months planning the cavalcade of nostalgia and stated: “After the pomp of Thursday and Friday, we needed to point out quirkiness of Britain during the last 70 years. We received a World Cup, there was the primary foot on the Moon.

“The world has modified however the Queen was a relentless presence all through all of it.”

DJ Tony Blackburn was MC on the 1960s double-decker with former Blue Peter presenters Anthea Turner, Valerie Singleton, Peter Purves and Peter Duncan,

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DJ Tony Blackburn was MC on the Nineteen Sixties double-decker with former Blue Peter presenters Anthea Turner, Valerie Singleton, Peter Purves and Peter Duncan,Credit score: Reuters
Olympic heroes Sir Mo Farah, Dame Kelly Holmes and Sally Gunnell hitched a ride on the 2000s bus bearing a giant picture of late singer Amy Winehouse

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Olympic heroes Sir Mo Farah, Dame Kelly Holmes and Sally Gunnell hitched a trip on the 2000s bus bearing a large image of late singer Amy WinehouseCredit score: Getty
Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley was joined by sporting icons Tessa Sanderson, Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill and Gary Lineker on the 1980s bus

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Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley was joined by sporting icons Tessa Sanderson, Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill and Gary Lineker on the Eighties busCredit score: Getty

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