During a special moment that represented the future of the monarchy, Queen Elizabeth stood beside him on the balcony of Buckingham Palace Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children, George, 8, Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis4.
While the national anthem “God Save the Queen” was playing, George was noticed putting his hand on the ledge of the balcony. Charlotte then sweetly pushed her brother by the arm, telling him to improve his posture. George straightens up quickly by standing up and placing his hands next to him. (See the sweet moment that took place in the video above!)
Mark Cuthbert / UK Press via Getty Prince George and Princess Charlotte
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Prince George had a number of wonderful moments during the jubilee festivities. During Saturday Platinum Party at the Palacethe royal family sat next to their sister and parents at a star-studded event.
While George was watching the musical performances, Zara Tyndall, Princess Anne’s daughter, reached out from behind him and stabbed him with her Union Jack flag.
Kate and Princess Charlotte noticed the little joke and smiled as George made a funny face and tried to return Zara with his flag.
Queen Elizabeth’s “Palace Party” hosted 22,000 guests, celebrating the contribution of Great Britain and the Commonwealth to fashion, sports, the environment and music during her record 70-year reign.
The queen herself did not attend the concert because of her constant “mobility issuesPEOPLE have confirmed that she watched the show on TV at home in Windsor Castle. All celebrations of the Queen’s platinum jubilee ended on Sunday.
This unprecedented anniversary (Queen Elizabeth is the first monarch to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee!) Included four days of celebrations in the UK. In addition to the pop concert on Saturday, members of the royal family attended Trooping the Color, a Thanksgiving service at St. Mary’s Cathedral. and Derby Horse Racing.