Brits make the most of the coronation bank holiday weekend as they hit the town again | The Sun

BRITS continued the coronation celebrations and partied into the night as they made the most of the bank holiday weekend.

Pubs and bars across the country were packed out and the booze was flowing as revellers continued the party spirit following the dazzling coronation concert.

Some party goers opted for fancy dress for their big night out in cities such as Leeds, Birmingham and Newcastle, while others went for smart outfits.

Even lukewarm temperatures and the odd shower couldn’t dampen the high spirits.

The special bank holiday marking King Charles’ coronation is just one of three long weekends in May.

There was the May bank holiday last weekend and there is another one at the end of the month.

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Earlier in the evening the celebrations got underway as King Charles, Queen Camilla and other members of the Royal Family attended the coronation concert in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The newly-crowned king was seen shaking a leg to Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Take That.

The two-hour spectacular featured music from the likes of Paloma Faith, appearances from Pierce Brosnan and Tom Cruise and a heartfelt speech from Prince William.

Lionel Richie sang his much-loved All Night Long as Charles and the Royals danced.

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Katy Perry performed her hit Roar as Princess Charlotte sang along with mum Kate.

She then dedicated her song Firework to Charles and the work they both do for The British Asian Trust.

Brit favourite Take That concluded the concert with a special feature from singer Calum Scott.

The King was on his feet waving a Union flag as he danced along to the song Shine.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were also up and waving their flags.

Closing the whole concert, the trio sang their 1995-hit Never Forget as the audience joined in.

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