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Saturday, 1 June, 2002, 23:25 GMT 00:25 UK
In pictures: Jubilee classical concert
Thousands gather inside Buckingham Palace for a free classical concert to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee.

The Queen and Prince Charles
The Queen and Prince Charles were clearly enjoying themselves as they listened to the music

Angela Gheorghiu and Robert Alagna
Angela Gheorghiu and Robert Alagna led a toast to the Queen before launching into their duet

Pomp and Circumstance
Everyone joined in with a rousing rendition of Pomp and Circumstance

The Queen
The Queen led the classical artists out to take applause from the fans watching in The Mall

Fireworks
A spectacular firework display accompanied Handel's overture

Sir Andrew Davis
Outspoken conductor Sir Andrew Davis led the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Holst's Jupiter

Guests
Umbrellas came in handy to shield guests from the sun instead of rain

Buckingham Palace
The sun shone as guests enjoyed a rare glimpse at the palace gardens

Buckingham Palace
Crowds could enjoy a picnic in the grounds of the palace before the start of the concert

Hamper
All guests were given a hamper containing champagne and luxury food

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