A reader from the lips reveals the soothing words that Prince William said to his son Prince George at the platinum jubilee concert

It was a busy weekend for the royal family as a celebration for The Queen’s platinum jubilee were in full swing. From elections and parties to a concert with the stars, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been spotted at many events, along with their three children.

During the four-day weekend for bank holidays, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis won the hearts of the nation with their various antics. Prince George and Princess Charlotte were seen in Trooping the Color, went on a surprise visit to Cardiff and stole a performance at the Platinum Party at a concert at the Palace.

During a spectacular concert featuring millions of Queen + Adam Lambert, Dianna Ross and Sam Ryder from Eurovision, the Duke of Cambridge said a few soothing words for his eldest son, according to a professional lip reader.

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As they took their seats in the Royal Lodge in front of Buckingham Palace for the concert, William and George could be seen fastening their wristbands, which were left in their seats, reports Mirror.

Professional lip reader John Cassidy said Prince William had some instructions as well as security for his son George.

While struggling with his band, the Duke of Cambridge reportedly said, “You’re going to have to do it like this … 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.

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. “



Prince George and Princess Charlotte are watching a platinum anniversary concert

Young Cambridge went out with their parents on Sunday, June 5, sitting in the royal box for the Platinum Jubilee Choice.

But it was 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 spotted pointing at Kate laughing at her, squirming in her seat, pointing to things he spotted 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 Mozzi, 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.

The Queen was not in the Royal Lodge for the Platinum Jubilee Competition, nor was Prince Harry and Megan Markle.

Her Majesty nevertheless delighted the nation as she made one appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on the occasion of the end of the jubilee celebration.

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