He added: “It’s a crazy old service, it’s strange to think how it’s accreted over the years, over the centuries to what it is today and it obviously will have a new meaning, a different meaning for our generation, the generation that witnessed it with the late majesty.
“I found it moving and an extraordinary change-marker in the sand for our culture and for our generation.”
The actor added that the concert was a “magical” way to continue the festivities.
The show also featured performances by DJ Pete Tong, Paloma Faith, Olly Murs, veteran rock guitarist Steve Winwood, and Nicole Scherzinger of The Pussycat Dolls.
Ahead of the concert Tong revealed that Charles specifically requested Ibiza classics songs as part of the concert.
“He wanted Ibiza classics, that was very specific,” he said.
“And then they asked us to suggest a couple of songs so we suggested three or four, and he came back with one of them and that’s the one that’s starting the show, so they very much had an involvement in what they wanted us to perform.”