London, Sep 10 Singer Gary Barlow says he is still celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s diamond jubilee which was held June 3.
The 41-year-old, who played an important role in doing the preparations for the occasion, calls it as the highlight of the year for him.
“It’s got to be the jubilee. So many of the artists were coming in and saying, ‘This is brilliant! I can’t believe it’,” GQ magazine quoted him as saying.
“Now I just sit and think, ‘That’s probably as good as its gonna get.’ I’m still celebrating,” he added.
The three-day-celebrations, that marked Queen Elizabeth’s 60 years on the throne, had star studded names like Robbie Williams, Stevie Wonder and Paul McCarteny performing at the occasion.
Barlow later received Order Of British Empire (OBE) for his contribution in the celebrations.