Laverne Cox stopped by the palace gates in May 2017 and said she was “Just an American girl seeing the sights in #London.”
Jessie J wished the under-the-weather Queen Elizabeth II well in January 2016, saying, “Get well soon babes.”
The Game shared that he had brought his son “to Buckingham Palace when he was one year old & had to carry him on my shoulders” — the pair returned in December 2016 and the rapper explained, “you see how that is no longer possible right…. boy 6 feet tall now #LikeFatherLikeSon.”
Olivia Palermo said “Good Morning London” from the front of the palace in December 2016.
Fergie shared a throwback photo in September 2016 of her recent visit here with Josh Duhamel and son Axl.
Lily Collins said, “Cheerio London. It’s been short but royally sweet” when she went by Buckingham Palace in February 2016.
“What a sight” is what Jessica Alba said while outside Buckingham Palace in January 2016.
“Just a little stroll this morning to Buckingham Palace” is what was on Rebel Wilson‘s itinerary in November 2015.
Tori Kelly took a selfie at Buckingham Palace in September 2015.
Jennifer Meyer posed for the perfect tourist shot outside Buckingham Palace in July 2015.
Lance Bass was at Buckingham Palace when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in June 2015, so he said “YAAAAAAS QUEEN” to “celebrate w the lovely Brits!”
Christina Milian was “Acting like a true tourist at #BuckinghamPalace with the family!” At the time, the second royal baby was on the way and Christina teased, “I’m thinking Princess Christina or Prince Christian.”
Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett went as close as she could get to Buckingham Palace and joked, “The queen has arrived…but they didn’t open the gates dammit . . . lol.”
Carly Rae Jepsen posted a photo of the always serious Queen’s Guard outside Buckingham Palace when she went to London in October 2014.