Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis bake cakes with the Duchess of Cambridge

Children from the Cambridge Royal Family joined their mother Kate Middleton in baking cakes for a street party in Cardiff, which is being held today to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee.

Beautiful pictures published by the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge on the Internet show Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) making treats in their kitchen ahead of yesterday’s family visit to the capital of Wales.

‘Bake cakes for the local community in Cardiff to enjoy the Platinum Jubilee street party taking place today! We hope you like it !, read the title.

The photos showed three children mixing ingredients before freezing cakes with the Duchess, who wore a £ 129 pink blouse in a jingo.

Children from Royal Cambridge joined their mother Kate Middleton in baking cakes for a street party in Cardiff, which today begins to mark the Queen's platinum jubilee

Children from Royal Cambridge joined their mother Kate Middleton in baking cakes for a street party in Cardiff, which today begins to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee

Beautiful pictures published by the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge on the Internet show Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) making treats in their kitchen ahead of the family's visit to the Welsh capital yesterday.

Beautiful pictures published by the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge on the Internet show Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) making treats in their kitchen ahead of the family’s visit to the Welsh capital yesterday.

‘Bake cakes for the local community in Cardiff to enjoy the Platinum Jubilee street party taking place today!  We hope you like it !, read the title.

‘Bake cakes for the local community in Cardiff to enjoy the Platinum Jubilee street party taking place today! We hope you like it !, read the title.

Union Jack could be seen rolling around the kitchen, while Charlotte was busy breaking eggs, and Louis used a sieve to add flour to the cake mix.

Meanwhile, George could be seen helping his sister add ingredients. He was wearing a casual blue T-shirt and matching shorts for a baking session.

His brother Louis was in a similar T-shirt, but with light blue shorts, while Charlotte wore a pink top with dark blue shorts before replacing the T-shirt with white and blue stripes.

Yesterday, George and Charlotte – for her first royal engagement – joined her parents on a visit to Cardiff Castle in Wales.

Prince Louis, who stole the show, disappeared when he appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with his family and the queen after the Trooping the Color ceremony on Thursday.

In the photos, the three children can be seen mixing the ingredients before freezing the cakes with the Duchess, who wore Brora's pink 129-pound dumbbell blouse.

Union Jack buns could be seen hanging around the kitchen while Charlotte was busy breaking eggs and Louis used a sieve to add flour to the cake mix

In the photos, the three children can be seen mixing the ingredients before freezing the cakes with the Duchess, who wore Brora’s pink 129-pound dumbbell blouse.

Meanwhile, George could be seen helping his sister (pictured) add ingredients.  He was wearing a casual blue T-shirt and matching shorts for a baking session

Meanwhile, George could be seen helping his sister (pictured) add ingredients. He was wearing a casual blue T-shirt and matching shorts for a baking session

His brother Louis was in a similar T-shirt, but with light blue shorts, while Charlotte wore a pink top with dark blue shorts before replacing the T-shirt with white and blue stripes.  In the pictures, the family together

His brother Louis was in a similar T-shirt, but with light blue shorts, while Charlotte wore a pink top with dark blue shorts before replacing the T-shirt with white and blue stripes. In the pictures, the family together

The family met the performers and the team involved in a special platinum jubilee concert held as part of the castle, including Bonnie Tyler and Owain Wynn Evans.

William and Kate seemed to encourage their shy children to shake hands and introduce themselves to dignitaries when they arrived in the capital of Wales. It is believed to be the first official royal visit of George and Charlotte.

Cambridges and their children were also featured by a number of performers from the West End, the Rubicon Dance Company and the Wales Youth Choir for Good.

Last night, George and Charlotte rejoined their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, during the Queen’s Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace.

Reaction: Social media users were thrilled to see photos shared online this morning and quickly commented on the images

Reaction: Social media users were thrilled to see photos shared online this morning and quickly commented on the images

The Cambridges seemed to be in the mood as they left Cardiff Castle yesterday afternoon after their appearance

The Cambridges seemed to be in the mood as they left Cardiff Castle yesterday afternoon after their appearance

The family looked crowded as usual as they arrived in Cardiff ahead of the platinum jubilee celebrations in Wales

The family looked crowded as usual as they arrived in Cardiff ahead of the platinum jubilee celebrations in Wales

The family joined the nation singing along with Alicia Keys, Duran Duran and Craig David. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice and their husbands were also present.

Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, who had given engagements in Northern Ireland earlier that day, also watched from the stands, along with their children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Northern, 14.

Princess Anne, who attended the Epsom derby today with her children and their partners, took her place next to her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.

Prince William (39) and Kate Middleton (40) brought their two oldest children with them while the royal family was in power at a historic concert in London

Prince William (39) and Kate Middleton (40) brought their two oldest children with them while the royal family was in power at a historic concert in London

Kate Middleton sang along to one of the performances as the concert began at Buckingham Palace on Saturday

Kate Middleton sang along to one of the performances as the concert began at Buckingham Palace on Saturday

The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte waved flags as they sang along to some of the performers

The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte waved flags as they sang along to some of the performers

Seven-year-old Princess Charlotte looked delighted and stretched her face as she sat next to her older brother George

Seven-year-old Princess Charlotte looked delighted and stretched her face as she sat next to her older brother George

The Queen’s eldest grandson Peter Phillips took with him his daughters Savannah (12) and Isla (11), who waved flags as the concert began.

It turned out that the royal family showed their support for the queen as she celebrated 70 years on the throne. Although she was forced to miss due to ongoing health problems, she still managed to steal the show by starring next to the computer-generated Paddington bear in a hilarious sketch for the opening of the concert.

Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle did not attend the concert in person, but it is believed that they watched the event in Windsor together with the Queen.

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