Royal children steal the show at the anniversary – speeches and questions for the Queen

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis starred on the first day of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations – Trooping the Color – and they looked very excited to be there

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Queen’s Jubilee: Working royal family members gather on the balcony

Ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, there were concerns that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s British reunion would steal the spotlight from the monarch. But it turns out it was her recent relatives who stole the show.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis starred in Trooping the Color and made their carriage debut as they joined the impressive military parade.

The royal trio chatted, laughed and waved as they joined their mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, and step-grandmother Camilla – with Charlotte even being seen knocking down her little brother’s over-the-top royal wave.

They then went in to watch the rest of the event with their second cousins, including Mike and Zara Tindall’s children.

Along with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who have returned to the UK for the celebrations, several of the Queen’s great-grandchildren were seen playing and joking around together.



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The Cambridge children then headed to the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the RAF flyby, with little Louis giving fans some excellent facial expressions.

We’ve looked back at some of the most adorable and funniest moments from the royal children of today’s historic event.

The funny faces of Prince Louis

One of the greatest perks of being royal is being able to watch the incredible Trooping the Color flight display from the best seats in the house, but Louis didn’t seem overly impressed.

It is only the second time he has attended the event as it has been canceled or scaled back in recent years due to Covid.



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He was seen pulling some incredible grimaces, covering his ears and resting his chin on his hands during the performance.

He was also seen looking a bit bored and leaning against the balcony wall. And to be honest, since all his cousins ​​play inside, we don’t blame him for wanting to get back inside to join the fun!

Charlotte and Mia play

The two young royals are believed to be good friends as they often attend family events together, so it wasn’t surprising to see them playing happily at the anniversary event.

Princess Charlotte with Mia Tindall during Trooping the Colour


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As they watched Trooping through the Horse Guards window, they could be seen playing playful punches while Kate stood close behind them.

Mia’s parents, Mike and Zara Tindall, were also in the room along with Princess Beatrice and her husband Edo.

Prince George’s nickname for Kate

Prince George, who is most familiar with large public events, appeared calmer than his siblings when riding in the carriage.

Unlike Louis, who was chastised by his sister for his overzealous wave, the eight-year-old didn’t seem overwhelmed by the huge crowd.

But he was seen calling his mother the Duchess of Cambridge, an adorable nickname by lipreading expert Jeremy Freeman.
According to that Daily StarGeorge was heard calling her “Mom” when commenting on the size of the crowd.

In a sweet video, he could be seen bowing his head dutifully alongside his siblings as the national anthem played upon their arrival at Horse Guards Parade

Louis’ chat with the Queen

Tens of thousands of people flocked to the Mall to see the Queen, and millions more around the world watched on TV – but her great-grandson also wanted her attention.

He walked over to stand in front of her before striking up a conversation with her, with a lipreader revealing he asked her if the Red Arrows were coming soon. She replied, “I hope so”.

Charlotte tells Louis

The little princess was seen reassuring her brother but was spotted telling him he had waved too much.

She was seen slapping his excited hand down to make sure he was on his best behavior.

She was later seen holding his hand in support as they made their journey around the procession.

Silence with Aunt Meghan

Meghan and Harry were also seen watching the Horses Guard’s Trooping the Color and looked like they were having a great time with the younger members of the family.

The Duchess of Sussex jokingly silenced Tindall and Phillips’ children, and her husband later joined her in doing the same.

Body language expert Judi James told the Mirror Meghan looked “in here element” while fooling around with the kids.



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Peer out the window and a royal salute

Understandably, the royal children wanted to watch the action themselves and were spotted looking out the window at Horse Guards, where the royals were gathering.

As they leaned out, Louis, with a very serious face, saluted the Irish Guards who continued to parade for the Trooping the Color parade.

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