Princess Charlotte he was seen curiously peering into the Duchess of Cornwall’s purse during a carriage parade at the Queen’s birthday parade on Thursday (June 2nd).
Charlotte (7) and brothers Prince George (8) and Prince Louis (4) debuted in a carriage at the Trooping the Color with Camille and the Duchess of Cambridge.
The young royal family was photographed looking quickly as George and Lewis watched, before turning and smiling at the cameras.
Some royal fans wondered if their stepmother kept sweets in her bag to entertain them during the parade, which took them to the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch a special RAF aircraft.
Earlier that day, Charlotte imagined she was little Louis’s schooling on royal etiquette, as one could see her gently pushing his hand down to signal that he should stop waving. Three young members of the royal family waved to the spectators during the procession, who cheered and applauded the Cambridge family.
Meanwhile, Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined William and Kate in Cardiff on the third day of the jubilee celebrations. Prince Louis remained at Kensington Palace.
The Duke and Duchess have announced that they have arrived in the capital of Wales on the official Twitter account of Kensington Royal.
“We have arrived in Wales,” wrote William and Kate. “We look forward to seeing you celebrate the #Platinum Jubilee at Cardiff Castle today and meet some of the talented people to help you celebrate with style.”
The royal couple is watching rehearsals in Cardiff Castle for tonight’s jubilee concert as part of the Queen’s 70-year reign. Cambridges will return to London later today as William attends the Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace.
Clarence House and Kensington Palace have confirmed that Prince Charles and Prince William will address the gathering at an open-air show, which will be attended by 22,000 people and will be broadcast live.
Charles and William will pay tribute to the 96-year-old monarch for 70 years of public service.
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