Prince George and his younger sister Princess Charlotte joined their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, at the Platinum Party for a concert at the Palace on several busy days for young members of the royal family.
They were at Trooping the Color, went on a surprise visit to Cardiff and enjoyed a spectacular Platinum Party at the Palace concert.
And William seems to have had some soothing words for his son as they took their seats last night in the Royal Lodge in front of Buckingham Palace for a concert.
While the camera was on them, William and George could be seen attaching the straps to their wrists, which had been left on their seats.
And according to professional lip-reader John Cassidy, William had some instructions as well as reassurance for his son.
He believes William said to George as he struggled with his band, “You’re going to have to do it like that … okay, let’s do mine, then I’ll help you.”
But not only William and Kate were on hand to support the children, but also William’s cousin Zara Tindall who was sitting behind them.
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While Princess Charlotte was struggling with the pillow that remained on her seat, Mr. Cassidy says that Zara asked her: “Do you want to take that off too?”, Yes? ok. “
They came back today with their parents sitting in the house royal box for Platinum Jubilee Choice.
But it was a younger brother Prince Louis who stole the show again just days after his wonderful appearance on Trooping the Color.
He had a cheeky warning from Mike Tindall, who was sitting behind the young prince after he was shot, putting his fingers in his ears and throwing a pillow.
He was also noticed pointing at Kate, who was laughing at her, squirming in her seat, showing the things he noticed at the parade and putting his hands over his eyes.
Other members of the royal family in the royal lodge included Prince Charles and Camilla, as well as Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.
There was also Princess Beatrice with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozi, as well as Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.
Anna’s son Peter Phillips was joined by his children Savannah and Isla, while Zara and Mike Tindall and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester also appeared.