Revellers hit the town in Birmingham, Manchester & Leeds as they celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in raucous style

REVELLERS are partying in style tonight after hitting the town for the last big night out of the Jubilee weekend.

Millions of Brits will head back to work on Monday after the sun-drenched four-day bonanza.

And with the final day of festivities on the way, people up and down the country are making the most of the break.

Party-goers are painting the town red, white and blue tonight.

Birmingham's busy Broad Street is heaving with people enjoying their evening.

But the weather is beginning to turn after three days of sunshine – and a group of young women were seen bowing their heads against the wind.

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A lady in a long green skirt covered her face with a mask of the Queen, while her friend wore a tiara for the occasion.

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Many of those out for drinks tonight had wrapped themselves in Union Jacks.

One woman was wearing a Ginger Spice-style minidress with the flag printed on it, while another wore a festive wig.

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One man enjoying a night out in Manchester dressed as a Beefeater, complete with whopping hat.

Millions of others will have stayed at home to watch the Party at the Palace concert this evening.

Diana Ross and Sir Elton John performed at Buckingham Palace, while Charles made a moving speech to "Your Majesty, Mummy".

The Queen herself did not attend after pulling out of both the service of thanksgiving on Friday and the Epsom Derby on Saturday.

But Charles encouraged Brits to cheer loudly enough that she might be able to hear them from Windsor.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who joined parents Kate and Will for the festivities, stole the show this evening.

George could be seen singing along to Sweet Caroline with his father, while Charlotte giggled with her mum as they chatted with Zara and Mike Tindall.

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But the evening got a bit much for the little princess in the end.

She was spotted yawning widely after a long day.

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