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Queen IS at Buckingham Palace & will make a surprise appearance at the end of the Platinum Jubilee after being missing for the past 2 days

THE Queen is at Buckingham Palace and will make a surprise appearance as her Platinum Jubilee celebrations draw to a close, having missed the last two days.

After experiencing some “inconvenience” on Thursday, the 96-year-old monarch retired from Friday’s service at St Paul’s Cathedral as well as the Epsom Derby yesterday.

Excited royal fans watched as the golden state carriage bearing a hologram of the Queen drove by

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Excited royal fans watched as the golden state carriage bearing a hologram of the Queen drove byPhoto credit: Getty
The monarch's hologram wowed fans who lined the streets to catch a glimpse

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The monarch’s hologram wowed fans who lined the streets to catch a glimpseCredit: PA
The Queen, 96, pulled out of the last two bank holidays after experiencing some

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The Queen, 96, pulled out of the last two bank holidays after experiencing some “inconveniences” on ThursdayCredit: Arthur Edwards / The Sun
Royal fans have rushed towards Buckingham Palace after the royal standard was raised

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Royal fans have rushed towards Buckingham Palace after the royal standard was raisedCredit: AP

But much to the delight of the crowd, Her Majesty is expected to appear on the palace balcony after the royal standard has been raised over the residence.

It comes after Brits and tourists cheered as the Queen appeared as a hologram inside the Gold State Coach during today’s Platinum Jubilee pageant.

Excited Brits waved at the monarch’s image as the 240-year-old horse-drawn carriage drove through the street.

The stunning carriage has had what insiders dubbed MoT style 20 years since it last took to the streets of London for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee.

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Experts checked the 24-foot, 4-ton Georgian-era carriage to ensure it was in tip-top shape for the 70th anniversary celebrations.

The Queen, 96, previously described the ride in the Gold State Coach during her 1953 coronation as “terrible”.

But today royals including William, Kate, Charles and Camilla watched outside Buckingham Palace as the golden carriage stunned onlookers.

Cheeky Prince Louis – who stole the show on Thursday’s balcony appearance – was spotted beaming as he saw his great-grandmother’s hologram.

The four-day extravaganza to mark the incredible 70 years of the Queen’s reign will be rounded out today with a grand anniversary lunch and the much-anticipated platinum anniversary page.

Royal revelers lined The Mall ahead of the spectacle hoping to catch a glimpse of the carriage.

The 3 km route covered today is similar to that at its coronation in 1953.

Many British national treasures will be involved in the pageant including Ed Sheeran, Sir Cliff Richard, Gary Lineker, Dame Shirley Bassey, Bill Bailey and Gok Wan.

It was split into four acts: For Queen and Country, The Time of Our Lives, Let’s Celebrate and Happy and Glorious – all organized by Pageant Master Adrian Evans LVO.

Act One is the military spectacle celebrating the British Armed Forces as well as militaries from across the Commonwealth.

Act Two, The Time of Our Lives is a major production depicting British popular culture from the 1950s to modern times.

Here, 150 national treasures take part to showcase and celebrate how they have helped shape British culture since the Queen’s coronation.

Let’s Celebrate consists of street performances that turn concepts from Mardi Gras, May Day, Mela, Fiesta and Mardi Gras into one big creative party.

Artists from across the UK will perform, each having created their own pieces for the pageant.

Finally, everyone gathers around the Queen Victoria Monument in front of Buckingham Palace to sing the National Anthem for Act Four with a special tribute to Her Majesty.

It comes as Prince Charles and Camilla led the celebrations at a big anniversary dinner in the capital, one of 85,000 being held across Britain.

The Duchess of Cornwall, patron of the Big Lunch, joined the king-to-be for a flagship feast at The Oval cricket ground in south London.

Cheeky Louis made faces again – similar to Thursday on the balcony

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Cheeky Louis made faces again – similar to Thursday on the balconyPhoto credit: Getty
Wills and son George beamed as they enjoyed the final day of celebrations

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Wills and son George beamed as they enjoyed the final day of celebrationsCredit: Max Mumby
Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis attended the celebration

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Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis attended the celebrationPhoto credit: Getty
Kate and Keir Starmer watched the golden carriage drive through the streets

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Kate and Keir Starmer watched the golden carriage drive through the streetsPhoto credit: Getty
Wills, Camilla, Charles and Anne also watched

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Wills, Camilla, Charles and Anne also watchedCredit: AP
It has been 20 years since the stunning carriage last appeared on the streets of London

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It has been 20 years since the stunning carriage last appeared on the streets of LondonPhoto credit: AFP

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5494296/queen-surprise-appearance-final-day-jubilee/ Queen IS at Buckingham Palace & will make a surprise appearance at the end of the Platinum Jubilee after being missing for the past 2 days

Jessica MacLeish

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