\u201cBetween Rod Stewart ruining Sweet Caroline, the miserable woman behind Prince William in the royal box and Diana Ross miming this has been fucking brilliant \ud83d\ude06 #PlatinumPartyatthePalace\u201d
\u201cDo we know who that woman is yet sitting behind William in the white.\nI swear her face never cracked a smile once\ud83d\ude02\ud83e\udd26\u200d\u2640\ufe0f\n\n\ud83d\udc51\ud83d\udc51\ud83d\udc51\u201d
\u201cWe need to find out the name of the woman sat behind William with a face like thunder when @LeeMack was on \ud83e\udd23\ud83d\ude02\u201d
— \ud83c\udf39Sir Lyndon of Wales \ud83c\udff4\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc62\udb40\udc77\udb40\udc6c\udb40\udc73\udb40\udc7f\ud83c\udf39 (@\ud83c\udf39Sir Lyndon of Wales \ud83c\udff4\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc62\udb40\udc77\udb40\udc6c\udb40\udc73\udb40\udc7f\ud83c\udf39)
Others also pointed out that it was Canada’s Governor General, Mary Simon, who didn’t appear to be enjoying the performance so much.
Acts ranging from Queen and Adam Lambert, Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder, Sir Rod Stewart, George Ezra and Diana Ross all took to the stage during the party.
While the Queen wasn’t there herself, members of the royal family such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in attendance.
The monarch and the famous bear – both much-loved British institutions – met for a chaotic cream tea at Buckingham Palace in a special, secretly-pre-recorded sequence played at the start of the televised BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace.
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