Pippa Middleton was seen at the star-studded event alongside her parents Carol and Michael Middleton, though her husband James Matthews did not make an appearance
Pippa Middleton was spotted sporting a green dress attending the Platinum Jubilee party at Buckingham Palace on Saturday evening.
Wearing a lime dress, the younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge was sporting her hair in loose curls and finished her ensemble with a few discreet pieces of jewellery.
The socialite, who sparked rumors she was pregnant in the photographs, attended the event with her parents Carole and Michael Middleton though her husband James Matthews was not present.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were at the glamorous concert alongside Princess Charlotte and Prince George. Prince George in particular appeared to be enjoying the show and was spotted on several occasions laughing and joking with his father.
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Upwards of 40 members of the royal family were spotted at the event, which featured performances from a number of musical artists.
Sir Rod Stewart’s rendition of the hit anthem ‘Sweet Caroline’ got the crowd going, with some of the royals joining in with the famous “bom, bom, bom” line.
The Duchess of Cornwall was spotted enthusiastically waving her union flag during the song, as the Prince of Wales moved his head to the beat.
Prince Charles took to the stage at the conclusion of the evening to offer a heartfelt tribute to the Queen, who is currently residing at Windsor Castle.
“The scale of this evening’s celebration – and the outpouring of warmth and affection over this whole Jubilee weekend – is our way of saying thank you – from your family, the country, the Commonwealth, in fact the whole world,” Charles said.
“On behalf of us all, I wanted to pay my own tribute to your lifetime of selfless service.
“Your family now spans four generations. You are our Head of State. And you are also our mother.”
The Duke of Cambridge also took to the stage and garnered a loud cheer from the crowd when he mentioned that the Queen was nearly 100.
William said the Platinum Jubilee concert had been full of “optimism and joy” and praised the Queen for her “hope” in the future of the planet.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie were also spotted in the royal box, alongside the leader of the opposition, Sir Keir Starmer.
Mr Johnson was booed by some members of the crowd as he took his seat.
Diana Ross closed out the show with her first performance in the UK for 15 years.
“I have had the honor of meeting The Queen many times throughout my life, including when I was with my family,” Ross, 78, said in a statement. “Her Majesty has and continues to be such an incredible inspiration to so many across the world.”