11 brilliant anniversary moments you might have missed – royal whispers and naughty Louis

After years of planning, the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations certainly didn’t disappoint with enough union flags, pomp and ceremony and Victoria sponge to keep even the most dedicated royals fan happy.

People around the world came together to celebrate the monarch’s 70-year reign with a mix of official events, including a star-studded concert at Buckingham Palace and thousands of street parties.

Starting with Trooping the Color on Thursday and ending with the Queen and her heirs waving to tens of thousands of well-wishers in the Mall on Sunday night, The Firm had a busy schedule.

Royal appearances, including the return of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, dominated TV guide and news headlines, while photos of the celebrity appearances flooded social media.

But with so much going on, chances are you’ve missed some of the smaller, more special moments.

It was an unforgettable weekend!


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There was an awkward moment when two royals showed up in the same dress, a cute message was written on a handbag and Prince Louis stole the show countless times with his cheeky demeanor.

We’ve gone through some of our favorite low-key parts of the celebrations that you might not have seen while partying outside…

What was your favorite moment of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Charlotte peeks in Camilla’s pocket

Princess Charlotte was spotted glancing inside the Duchess of Cornwall’s handbag in a sweet, unguarded moment captured on camera.

Smartly dressed in a cornflower blue dress, Charlotte, Seven leaned over the carriage to look inside – with fans joking that the Duchess of Cornwall must have kept sweets inside.

It came as Charlotte was joined by siblings Prince George, eight, and Prince Louis, four, along with the Duchess of Cambridge for Trooping the Colour.

A royal observer shared the snaps online and wrote: “Princess Charlotte sniffing around in Camilla’s bag yesterday is everything!”

Embarrassing clothing conflict

At Friday’s Thanksgiving service in St. Paul’s, the royals all donned their prettiest outfits and hats for the event.

Beatrice wore the dress in blue



While Sophie opted for the pink version



Princess Beatrice wore a beautiful cornflower blue dress by Beulah – and another guest at the service wore the exact same dress.

Sophie Winkleman, wife of Lord Freddie Windsor, wore the same piece, although there was no conflict as hers was a bright pink.


Prince Louis’ burning question to the Queen

All eyes were on the Queen as she and her family took to the balcony of Buckingham Palace for Trooping the Color on Thursday.

There were concerns about her attending as she has been struggling with health issues in recent months and well-wishers were delighted when she showed up.

However, Prince Louis didn’t seem too bothered that it was his great-grandmother’s big moment and that he had a very important question for her.

Louis wasn’t overly impressed with the drive-by


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Lipreader Jeremy Freeman told The Mirror the young prince reached out to her to ask: “Are the Red Arrows coming?”

And she had a quick, dry answer for him: “I hope so.”

As the Red Arrows appeared, painting the sky red, white, and blue, Louis’ excitement seemed to peak after Mr. Freeman said the boy exclaimed, “Yes, yes, yes.”

He added that the Queen then said, “There it is,” before Louis added, “Oh Red Arrows — whoah.”

Message on Princess Beatrice’s bag

Eagle-eyed fans spotted a cute slogan on Princess Beatrice’s purse as she attended Thanksgiving service in St. Paul’s.

Her purse was emblazoned with the words “Wifey for Lifey,” spotted walking into the event hand-in-hand with her husband of two years, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

The couple wed in an intimate, socially distanced ceremony at the Royal Lodge in Windsor in 2020 before welcoming baby Sienna last autumn.

Their original wedding was postponed due to the coronavirus before the couple married with only parents and siblings present, following strict guidelines.

Karl kiss

Another moment that may have slipped under the radar was when Charles was spotted blowing his daughter-in-law Kate a sweet kiss.

It came as they arrived at the thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee.

They were among the last to arrive, and some eagle-eyed viewers spotted the sweet moment.

Luise’s hat

During Thursday’s Trooping the Color event, a number of senior royals took part in a carriage procession from Buckingham Palace to Horse Guards Parade.

Among them were Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount Severn.

Lady Louise looked stylish in a pink floral dress and stunning Philip Treacy hat.

Lady Louise looked stunning in the statement hat

Sophie Wessex wore the hat to Trooping the Color in 2008

And it was the same hat her mother, Sophie, had worn to the same event in 2008 when Louise was just a young child.

Cambridge’s colors at the concert

At the anniversary celebrations, William and Kate brought their children George, Charlotte and Louis to several events.

And on at least two of their outings, their outfits looked very deliberate – with the colors reflecting the red, white and blue of the Union flag.

At the Platinum Party at the Palace on Saturday, Kate wore a white outfit, Charlotte wore a red one, while William and George wore blue suits.

Also at the anniversary contest on Sunday, Kate wore red, Charlotte a white dress, while William, George and Louis wore blue.

Eugenie’s tattoo

The Queen’s granddaughter surprised royal fans by showing off a previously unseen tattoo at Thanksgiving service on Friday.

Her half-up, half-down hairstyle showed off the little ink behind her ear. It appears to be a black circle or a heart.

There are no rules against tattoos in the royal family, but when they do have them, they rarely share them.

What was your anniversary highlight? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Wills and Kate know the words to Any Dream Will Do

During Saturday night’s party at the Palace, every time the camera panned to the Royal Box, the royals could be seen waving their flags to the music.

And one performance William and Kate seemed to particularly enjoy was that of Jason Donavan singing Any Dream Will Do from the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

When the camera caught the pair during their song, they could be seen happily singing along to the tune.

Meghan silences children

Meghan and Harry were not involved in the official Trooping the Color ceremony, but the Queen invited them to watch the ceremony from Horses Guard.

They joined other lower-ranking royals, including Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and the Tindalls, to watch through the window overlooking the event.

Meghan with some of the royal youngsters at Trooping the Color today


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Meghan was seen joking with some of the younger royals, jokingly telling them to shut up and pressing her finger to her lips.

Body language expert Judi James told The Mirror the Duchess is “in her element” messing around with the kids.

Louis’ cuddles with grandpa Charles and cool dance moves

Prince Louis again proved to be a hit on social media while watching the Platinum Jubilee Pageant on Sunday.

Louis cuddled with his grandfather while watching the folk contest


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The four-year-old wowed fans after lounging in his seat on day four of the celebrations – and enjoying a chocolate chip cookie in between.

He thoroughly enjoyed the spectacle, which was attended by celebrities from every decade of the Queen’s reign.

A video of him dancing while seated went viral on social media – many fans were amazed by his coordinated movements.

He had previously been spotted attempting to ‘ssh’ his mum Kate Middleton before sitting on his grandfather Prince Charles’ knee.

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