It was all about Princess Charlotte, 2, and Prince George, 3, at the annual Trooping the Colour parade (an annual official birthday event for Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 91 in April), on Saturday. The Royal siblings stole the spotlight as they waved and smiled at the crowd, and even had a few, “did they just do that?” moments.
The royal toddlers, understandably, couldn’t hide their boredom at times, as both Charlotte and George engaged in a few yawns, disinterested stare downs, and a couple of “is it over yet” looks, as the animated twosome stood alongside their royal family on a Buckingham Palace balcony for the Royal event.
Charlotte and her mommy, Kate Middleton, were twinning as they both wore pink. While George looked ever so handsome as he rocked a button-up top and suspenders. #TooCute
Prince William was ever-so royal as he donned his traditional military uniform for the event. And the star of the royal affair, the Queen, wore a pale blue duster coat and shift dress.
Charlotte and George, who turns 4 in July, definitely perked up once the fly-past came, which is conducted by the Royal Air Force and is a key part of the celebration, as Kate let Charlotte stand on her own next to her brother to watch the planes go by.
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