How Prince William Made Royal History With Latest Outing
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will soon celebrate her Platinum Jubilee and royal fans have much to look forward to during the four-day event will mark the Queen’s Jubilee.
It’s likely that a majority of the Queen’s great-grandchildren will be involved, even little Prince Louis, who hasn’t seen as much of the spotlight as his siblings have.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, are expected to ride in a horse-drawn carriage during A Gallop Through History, part of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations which will be held at Windsor Castle next Sunday evening.
It has been reported that many of the royal great-grandchildren will ride together for the finale, including Savannah and Isla Phillips, Mia, Lena and Lucas Tindall, and Sienna MapelliMozzi.
Notably missing from the list are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s two children, Archie and Lilibet, although it is believed that they will join the royal family along with their parents for the Trooping the Colour on June 2.
This carriage ride will be the first time such a large percentage of Her Majesty’s great-grandchildren are seen together at a public event.
The Platinum Jubilee celebrations will take place from 12-15 May on the private grounds of Windsor Castle, Her Majesty’s current residence.
They will feature over 500 horses and 1000 performers during a 90-minute show. The performers will include actors, artists, musicians, dancers, equestrians and personal performing international military displays from all over the Commonwealth, Europe and our very own Armed Forces.
The celebrations will also be the first big public family outing after Easter when many royals attended church together on Easter Sunday. This, of course, included the little royals, George and Charlotte were seen with William and Kate, Mia was with her parents Zara and Mike Tindall and Savannah and Isla were also there with their father, Peter Phillips.