This is a rush transcript from "The Five," June 5, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
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QUEEN ELIZABETH II: Prince Philip and I want to take this opportunity to offer our special thanks and appreciation.
QUEEN ELIZABETH II: It just touched me deeply to see so many thousands of families, neighbors and friends.
I will continue to treasure and draw inspiration from the countless kindnesses shown to me. Thanks to all.
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KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE, CO-HOST: And a royal hello to you all out there.
Hello, everyone. I'm Kimberly Guilfoyle, along with Juan Williams, Eric Bolling, Andrea Tantaros, and Greg Gutfeld.
It's five o'clock in New York City, and 10: 0 in London. And this THE FIVE.
GUILFOYLE: You just saw Queen Elizabeth and the family celebrating her spectacular diamond jubilee in royal style.
GUILFOYLE: Oh my gosh!
GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: I have something in my throat.
GUILFOYLE: Today concluded a weekend of festivities, to mark the 60th year of her reign as the head of the English monarch.
Now, the celebrations included a boat pageant, along the Thames, a star-studded tribute concert outside Buckingham Palace and a service of Thanksgiving in London St. Paul's Cathedral, where she was crowned queen six decades ago.
And Greg has been counting the moments ever since.
Now, I think it was a very spectacular occasion. It was wonderful to watch today. I love to hear our Martha MacCallum talking about it, what was happening.
Andrea, what did you make of it?
ANDREA TANTAROS, CO-HOST: I didn't really care.
GUILFOYLE: Why not?
TANTAROS: That's my honest opinion, which I always give you my honest opinion.
I don't know. I mean, I really loved Diana. I can say that. I loved Diana. I had a little thing for Diana. When she died, I was really depressed about it.
GUTFELD: Diana Ross is dead?
TANTAROS: Gosh, no.
As soon as she died, when they lost Diana, the royal, they lost me. So, I understand it's pretty to look at and all this other stuff, but I just -- I don't know. I even said to Stuart Varney, I said, Stuart, doesn't it seem a little bit excessive? All the money that they're spending and these people take off for four days. He goes, "No, Andrea, it's a money-making machine the queen."
GUILFOYLE: I'm so glad you used his accent. I was like waiting for that. I heart his accent.
ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: You know, I felt that way, Andrea, until Sunday. I think Sunday I tweeted, you know, if -- God forbid, if the queen passes, does that mean Prince Charles is going to be King Charles. And I don't think I was going to get any Twitter responses.
It literally got 200 responses telling me -- well, he can take another name. He can be King George VI, he might not take another name. He might abdicate the crown. And people are really tuned in to it. I don't really get it, to be perfectly honest with you.
GUILFOYLE: Because it's fascinating.
BOLLING: But when you watch the video, when you see the queen in car, when you see Londonites going crazy for these people, you kind of tune in to it. You kind of catch the fever a little bit.
GUILFOYLE: It is exciting. I love this.
GUTFELD: I've got to tell you, I'm a huge fan of the royals. George Brett, Frank White and Dan Quisenberry, Bret Saberhagen, and, of course, Cookie Rojas. One of the greatest Royals back during 1985 regular season. The Royals topped the western division for the sixth time in 10 years, led by Bret Saberhagen, who won the Cy Young Award. It was the I-70 series. I bet you didn't know that.
Anyway, I came up with five things that are ever bit as interesting as the golden -- what's it called the golden jubilee?
JUAN WILLIAMS, CO-HOST: Diamond.
GUTFELD: Sounds like a shake at the dairy queen.