The ex-Beatle gets some help when he performs 'All You Need Is Love' at the Golden Jubilee celebrations...

Paul McCartney is set to be joined onstage by THE QUEEN and other members of the British Royal Family to sing ‘ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE’ when he plays a concert in BUCKINGHAM PALACE to celebrate the GOLDEN JUBILEE.

As previously announced, the star is to headline the ‘Party At The Palace’ concert alongside the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Atomic Kitten, S Club and Eric Clapton on June 3.

Now, it has emerged that the ex-Beatle plans to perform the classic ‘All You Need Is Love’ – joined onstage by members of the Royal Family and other stars who appear on the bill.

According to the London Evening Standard website, , he is likely to be joined by The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Princes William and Harry and Prince Charles for the song’s finale.

[/a] is also reported to be planning a tribute to his late bandmate [a] – by performing ‘Here Comes The Sun’ with close friend Eric Clapton.

The show is to be broadcast worldwide by the BBC.