Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have finally made their long-awaited debut at Trooping the Colour riding alongside the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall.
While travelling along in the parade two of the three little royals shared a cheeky moment!
Both seven-year-old Charlotte and four-year-old Louis were excitedly waving to the crowds – when it appears that the older sister grew impatient with her little brother’s waving and pushed his arm down!
Princess Charlotte putting an end to the enthusiastic waving from her younger brother, Prince Louis. #PlatinumJubilee #HM70 #TroopingTheColour (No copyright breach intended. Copyright BBC Television) pic.twitter.com/oojLboe9wb— Royal Reporter (@RoyalReporterUK) June 2, 2022
The eldest brother, however, eight-year-old George, seemed unamused and ignored his younger siblings while exchanging some chitchat with his mother and looking out onto the crowds.
The Cambridges travelled towards Buckingham Palace on Thursday morning, they were, however, missing Prince William in the carriage as the Duke of Cambridge rode horseback as part of the parade for this very special event.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth is unfortunately still suffering from mobility issues and as such a quick break in tradition will have to occur, meaning that the Queen will reportedly take the salute at the military event from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
We understand that the Household Division will march to the front of the palace where Queen Elizabeth will appear on the balcony and take the salute. This is in order to avoid Her Majesty making the journey to Horse Guards Parade by carriage, or sitting on a dais for a lengthy period of time.
In her place, Princess Royal Anne will travel by horseback to the Horse Guards Parade while Prince Charles will take the salute and inspect the Troops of the Household Division on the Queen’s behalf.