Inside the Jubilee Pageant ‘90s bus with Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss

Pageantry pomp and spectacle were in full swing as the Queen's Jubilee concluded with a euphoric parade that saw supermodel royalty Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss pay homage to the Queen.

Her Majesty, who managed to surprise family members with a Paddington Bear sketch, also surprised the crowd with an unexpected appearance on the famous Buckingham Palace balcony.

She had been forced to withdraw from some engagements over the weekend after suffering "discomfort" during Trooping the Colour on Thursday.

But that didn't stop the celebrations from continuing in her honour as part of a jam-packed Platinum Jubilee schedule, including a series of epic performances during the Party at the Palace.

The long weekend was topped off in a somewhat strange, brightly coloured style as more than 10,000 people, including Sir Cliff Richard, took part in a funfair procession of tributes to Queen Elizabeth.

It promised to "have all the excitement and spectacle of an international parade and carnival", and it did not disappoint.

Giant puppets, dozens of corgis and a series of time capsule buses from the 1950s and onwards made their way down The Mall to the cheers and delight of the crowd.

On the 1990s bus were models Erin O'Connor and Rosemary Ferguson, make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury, actress Patsy Kensit and supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.

Sam McKnight, who was Princess Diana's hairstylist from 1990 until her death in 1997, posted a picture before boarding the bus alongside two of the world's most famous fashionistas.

He captioned the star-studded snap, having styled Kate Moss's hair for the event: "Boarding the 90s bus in the Platinum Pageant."

Kate Moss, who is usually considered to be quite shy in the media, let her hair down for the fun event.

She looked every bit the edgy supermodel in a Union Jack-themed biker jacket and pink shades over a black top and jean combo.

52 year old Naomi Campbell brought the glamour, as ever, in a pair of oversized sunglasses and Burberry dress.

Her iconic dark hair was worn straight down her back, and she completed the look with a small black clutch and gold accessories.

Sir Cliff Richard, Chris Eubank Snr, Katherine Jenkins and Bonnie Langford made their debut in front of cheering crowds on top of the 1950s bus.

Sir Cliff delighted fans with a song as they toured along The Mall.

The noughties bus was in full swing with Chris McCausland, Sir Mo Farah, Sally Gunnell, Dame Kelly Holmes and Gok Wan entertaining the crowds.

I'm A Celebrity favourite Sir Mo even broke out his iconic 'Mobot'.

The 2000s bus was particularly iconic, with a large photograph of legendary soul singer Amy Winehouse on the side.

Elsewhere, he 2010 bus was poppin' with the likes of Rylan, Nicole Scherzinger and This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby, who shared behind the scenes snaps from the experience.

But while Holly might have been having a "day of dreams", as she described in a post to her Instagram followers, one woman in the Royal Box might disagree.

She was spotted asleep behind Prince Charles and fans were quick to take to Twitter to air their (rather jokingly) concerns.

One person wrote: “Can someone please wake up that lady behind Prince Charles, she is missing everything!!”

“That poor woman behind Prince Charles,” quipped another. “Her eyes just won’t stay open, will they?”

Following her balcony appearance, the Queen shared a sweet and poignant message of gratitude with fans and well wishers on social media.

Posting on the official Royal Family Twitter account, she wrote: “When it comes to how to mark seventy years as your Queen, there is no guidebook to follow. It really is a first.

"But I have been humbled and deeply touched that so many people have taken to the streets to celebrate my Platinum Jubilee.

“While I may not have attended every event in person, my heart has been with you all; and I remain committed to serving you to the best of my ability, supported by my family."

“I have been inspired by the kindness, joy and kinship that has been so evident in recent days, and I hope tis renewed sense of togetherness will be felt for many years to come.

“I thank you most sincerely for your good wishes and for the part you have all played in these happy celebrations.”

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