The Beckhams’ special lunch event will air during the Platinum Pageant on Sunday on BBC One (Picture: Getty/PA)

David and Victoria Beckham will host a special Jubilee lunch for inspirational individuals as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The A-list couple, who were busy facing off in a planking competition earlier this week, will celebrate people who have made incredible contributions to their communities.

The Beckhams’ Big Jubilee Lunch will air as part of the Platinum Pageant on BBC One on Sunday June 5.

In a post shared to Instagram on Thursday, David, 47, hailed the Queen’s reign as ‘remarkable’, writing: ‘Today, we celebrate our Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. 70 years of service and inspirational leadership of our country.

‘Let’s come together and commemorate her remarkable reign with a great British party these next few days.’

David was made an OBE by the Queen in 2003 for services to football. Victoria and two of the couple’s sons, Brooklyn and Romeo, as well as David’s grandparents, were in attendance to see him accept the honour.

David Beckham has met the Queen several times, and is seen here at The Queen’s Young Leaders Awards Ceremony in 2018 (Picture: Getty)

Spice Girl turned fashion designer Victoria received her OBE in 2017 (Picture: James Devaney/GC Images)

Victoria was also made an OBE in 2017 for services to the fashion industry.

Those attending the couple’s lunch include MBE recipients, like Judith Harper, who was made an MBE for services to fostering, having fostered more than 100 children.

Also at the lunch will be Saeed Atcha, who was made an MBE for services to young people and the community in 2019.

David King, Judith Harper, Saeed Atcha, Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, Becca Dean, and Jewel Miah pose for a picture at the Beckhams’ Big Jubilee Lunch, held as part of the Queen’s PLatinum Jubilee celebrations (Picture: PA)

At 22-years-old, Atcha was the youngest recipient on the 2019 Honours list.

The Platinum Pageant airs on June 5 from 1pm on BBC One and will be available on iPlayer shortly after broadcast.

The event will also include a parade and musical concert against the backdrop of Buckingham Palace and its surrounding streets, involving 10,000 people, including the military, more than 6,000 volunteers, performers, key workers and 2,500 members of the public.

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Ed Sheeran is lined up to perform his hit ballad Perfect in tribute to the Queen and her relationship with the late Duke of Edinburgh.

A number of celebrities, including Sandie Shaw, Marc Almond, Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley and Jools Holland, are also set to take part in the finale.

The Platinum Pageant airs on BBC One from 1pm on Sunday, June 5. 

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