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ITV viewers raged tonight over a blunder during The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration.

The televised event had viewers glued to their seats thanks to celeb appearances from Hollywood legend Tom Cruise, Dame Helen Mirren, Katherine Jenkins and The Queen.

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ITV viewers were unimpressed when a blunder appeared on screen during The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration

British and international talent were lined up for the extravaganza including suited and booted actors Damian Lewis and Martin Clunes, singers Keala Settle and Gregory Porter, and comedian Omid Djalili, and Bridgerton star Adjoa Andoh.

But viewers were appalled when ITV made a huge mistake and called household name Martin Clunes Damien Lewis.

The Doc Martin star was presenting a segment in the Gallop Through Time performance at the Windsor arena, when his name appeared as 'Damian Lewis OBE' instead.

Viewers were annoyed by the mistake and shared their feelings on Twitter.

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One said: "Since when did Martin Clunes change his name. This is dreadful #PlatinumJubilee #itv #shouldofbeentheBBC."

Another moaned: "Hah, I caught that little mistake. Damien Lewis’s name came up instead of Martin Clunes. #PlatinumJubilee"

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And a third scoffed: "Bloody @ITV you are ruining this showcase event. Too many unnecessary films, not enough coverage of the actual event and now calling Martin Clunes Damian Lewis #PlatinumJubilee #horseshow."


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However they were pleased to see the monarch, who is celebrating 70 years on the throne.

She was honoured with a standing ovation when she arrived at the star-studded equestrian extravaganza featuring celebs and leading performers.

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Queen Elizabeth II made a grand entrance at a huge event to celebrate her 70 years on the throneCredit: PA
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The 96-year-old monarch was accompanied by Prince Edward, Earl of WessexCredit: Max Mumby
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