Revellers from around the world enjoy final Jubilee celebrations in London.
Hundreds of thousands of people, including many foreigners, cheered, sang patriotic songs and waved Union Jack flags outside Buckingham Palace yesterday, in a spectacular finale to four days of celebrations honouring Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the British throne.
The 86-year-old beamed at the throng and waved from the balcony of the palace, accompanied by the senior members of her family with one notable absentee - Prince Philip, her husband of 64 years who was taken ill with a bladder infection on Monday .
Everywhere was a sea of red, white and blue as a sea of flags were waving as far as the eye could see. And even the inclement weather didn't stop people celebrating.Here are what some of the revellers had to say
One older visitor with her family remembered watching the Coronation of the Queen as a child on a neighbours TV
I will now leave you with two ladies who captured the mood perfectly as they sang their version of the national anthem in the packed crowds. I am Ann Salter thanks for watching , for the latest news follow me at ibtimes.co.uk
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