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Carrie Johnson stuns as she attends the Platinum Party at the palace with Boris Johnson

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Carrie Johnson looked stunning in a floral dress as she attended the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at Buckingham Palace with her Prime Minister husband Boris Johnson.

The 34-year-old beamed as she entered the royal box in the bleachers for the Platinum Party at the Palace.

The red and black dress from Vampire’s Wife was rented from mywardrobehq for the occasion, matching her love of sustainable fashion. She paired the chic ensemble with a pair of Dune shoes.

Carrie Underwood looked stunning in a floral dress as she attended the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at a Buckingham Palace party alongside her husband, Prime Minister Boris Johnson

She added a pair of stylish blue earrings to the colorful number as she brushed aside her blonde locks.

Carrie and Boris seemed cheerful as they chatted from their seats.

The Prime Minister glowed in a navy blue suit that he paired with a crisp white shirt and green tie.

Two rows ahead of the couple sat Prince William and Kate Middleton, who were accompanied by their two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Revelers have described ‘a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’, ‘an honour’ and ‘a dream come true’ to celebrate the Queen’s platinum anniversary at a Buckingham Palace party.

Some 22,000 people celebrate the historic event outside the royal residence under an overcast sky in central London – but the quintessential British summer weather hasn’t dampened the mood.

The red and black number from mywardrobehq was a vampire woman's dress she rented for the occasion while pairing the chic ensemble with a pair of Dune shoes

The red and black number from mywardrobehq was a vampire woman’s dress she rented for the occasion while pairing the chic ensemble with a pair of Dune shoes

The 34-year-old beamed as she entered the royal box in the stands for the Platinum Party at the Palace

The 34-year-old beamed as she entered the royal box in the stands for the Platinum Party at the Palace

She added a pair of stylish blue earrings to the colorful number as she brushed aside her blonde locks

She added a pair of stylish blue earrings to the colorful number as she brushed aside her blonde locks

Audiences eagerly awaited the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge, who will speak at Party at the Palace before stars such as rock band Queen, Diana Ross and George Ezra perform from 8pm.

Aisha Kasim, 37, described attending the event as a ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’.

University education supporter Ms Kasim traveled from their home in Aberdeen with her mother Mae Kasim, a retired teacher, to the palace concert.

Aisha, who carried a Scottish flag, told the PA news agency: “I think it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and I think it’s something we probably won’t see again anytime soon.

Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, brought their two eldest children with them when the royal family turned out in power for the landmark London concert

Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, brought their two eldest children with them when the royal family turned out in power for the landmark London concert

‘(The Queen) is our longest serving monarch, she’s done a great job all these years so it’s just great to join the party and make the journey from Scotland.

“We flew all the way across the country for this, so we’re glad we’re here.”

“I’m actually from Nigeria too, I’m Nigerian-Scottish, and Nigeria was a former British colony, so that’s what I grew up with all my life,” she added.

Lucy Morris, 39, and her son Lucas Wainwright, 14, traveled for the concert from Durham in the North East of England.

Both wore Union Jack wigs and face painting, and the teen described his attendance at the event as “the best of my life.”

Lucas, who had also swapped out his prosthetic leg for a ‘Jubilee-style leg’ with Union Jacks for the occasion, told PA news agency: “It’s an honor to be here. Looking forward to seeing the royals come out.

“They are connected to God, they are here to guide us as a country, as a nation. I think that’s very important.’

Carrie and Boris seemed happy as they chatted from their seats

Carrie and Boris seemed happy as they chatted from their seats

The couple was just behind where Prince William and Kate Middleton would be with their two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte

The couple was just behind where Prince William and Kate Middleton would be with their two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte

In tribute to the rock band Queen who will be performing at the concert, Ms Morris said: ‘He hopes to see the Queen, while I hope to see the other Queen.’

Lincolnshire couple Mandy and Malcolm Tipple wore Union Jack flags and matching face paint for the occasion. Mr Tipple, 65, told PA: ‘It’s fantastic. I’m an ex-serviceman and I’ve followed the Queen all my life.’

Ms Tipple, 59, added: ‘I’m just proud to be British so to be here is a dream come true.’ Meanwhile, millions of others are expected to watch the concert from their homes via BBC One.

Queen, whose guitarist Brian May performed on the roof of Buckingham Palace for the last Party at the Palace in 2002, is joined by vocalist Adam Lambert, while Eurovision star Sam Ryder also takes the stage.

Sir Elton John performs in a pre-recorded performance and there were also live performances by Alicia Keys, Nile Rodgers, Andrea Bocelli, Duran Duran, Hans Zimmer, Ella Eyre, Craig David, Mabel and Elbow.

British household names including Sir David Attenborough, David Beckham, Stephen Fry and US Open winner Emma Raducanu are also celebrating the historic occasion.

The prime minister glowed in a navy blue suit that he paired with a crisp white shirt and green tie

The prime minister glowed in a navy blue suit that he paired with a crisp white shirt and green tie

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