Princess Charlotte wears a white 140-pound Amaia coat at the Platinum Jubilee Choice

Princess Charlotte was perfectly calm as she attended the platinum jubilee competition with her family today.

With an white 140-pound Amaia summer coat, the seven-year-old sat next to her older brother Prince George (8) and Prince Louis (4). The coat seems to be very popular with the young royal family as it also has a navy color version.

She wore her long strands buttoned in two braids as she watched the election action in front of Buckingham Palace, which was joined by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, and the father of the Duke of Cambridge.

The Cambridges were joined by Charles, Camilla, Zara and Mike Tindall, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands in the Royal Lodge, set up at the end of the 2-hour procession.

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The choice is divided into four acts: For the Queen and the country with a military parade; The time of our lives is advancing through seven decades of culture, music and fashion; Let’s Celebrate by telling the story of the Queen’s life in 12 chapters with corgi dolls and carnival creations; and the musical spectacle Happy and Glorious.

Wearing a white 140-pound Amaia summer coat, the seven-year-old sat next to her older brother, Prince George (8) and Prince Louis (4)

Amaia's coat, pictured

Wearing a white 140-pound Amaia summer coat, the seven-year-old sat next to her older brother, Prince George (8) and Prince Louis (4)

She wore her long strands buttoned in two braids as she watched the election action in front of Buckingham Palace, and was joined by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, and the father of the Duke of Cambridge.

She wore her long strands buttoned in two braids as she watched the election action in front of Buckingham Palace, and was joined by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, and the father of the Duke of Cambridge.

Cambridge was joined by Charles, Camilla, Zara and Mike Tindall, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands in the Royal Lodge, set up at the end of the 2-hour procession.

Cambridge was joined by Charles, Camilla, Zara and Mike Tindall, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands in the Royal Lodge, set up at the end of the 2-hour procession.

The seven-year-old has worn different variations of the Amaia coat before and it seems that she is her fashion favorite. She was seen in a coat yesterday as she was going to Cardiff Castle for a royal engagement to her mother, father and brother George.

The little royal yesterday wore a dark blue version of a button-down coat from Amaia London, which she had previously worn at Prince Philip’s commemoration in March this year. It is described to be snug in shape and to be a warm, easy to wear coat for children.

The hologram of the young queen waving to royal fans in the mall has been transferred to the Gold State Coach, while members of the royal family and politicians gather in front of Buckingham Palace to watch today’s spectacular £ 15 million platinum jubilee competition.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their children George, Charlotte and Lewis, Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tyndall sit in the Royal Lodge along with Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie, Keir Starmer and Sadiq Khan watching the amazing a two-mile procession through central London.

Kate, Lewis, Charlotte and George sit in the royal box at the platinum jubilee election on the last day of the celebration

Kate, Lewis, Charlotte and George sit in the royal box at the platinum jubilee election on the last day of the celebration

Mike Tindall, Victoria Starmer, Mia Tindall, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge are waiting ahead of the Platinum pageant

Mike Tindall, Victoria Starmer, Mia Tindall, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge are waiting ahead of the Platinum pageant

About 10,000 people, including a team of 6,000 performers, are involved in setting up a carnival route from the Horse Guard, along Whitehall to Admiralty Arch and down The Mall to Buckingham Palace, repeating Her Majesty’s 1953 coronation procession.

Celebrities will travel in decorated open double-decker buses for celebrations decade after decade.

A peloton of 300 cyclists, riding vintage bikes from the entire seven decades of the Queen’s reign, travels through the Shopping Center led by Sir Chris Hoy and the cycling gold couple Dame Laura and Sir Jason Kenny.

Nearly 200 national treasures will take to the stage to serenade the Queen by singing the national anthem at the grand finale of the platinum jubilee celebration. Stars including Sir David Jason, Harry Redknapp, Sir Cliff Richard, Sandie Shaw, Felicity Kendal, Joe Wicks and Holly Willoughby will join Ed Sheeran in a mass performance of God Save The Queen in front of Buckingham Palace at the end of the election.

Among the colorful characters preparing to take part in the Horse Guards jubilee parade is the Daleka group from the sci-fi television program Doctor Who, who threaten passers-by to be ‘exterminated’ as they roll along with 1960s cultural icons in a competition act. from decade to decade Time of Our Lifes.

Two bus conservation enthusiasts described their enthusiasm for participating in the Platinum Jubilee Choice.

Richard Dixon, 63, and Ivan Fisher, 42, co-own one of the buses – a 1950s bus – with his friend John Stewart taking part in a decorated parade of double-decker open-top buses for decades after celebrations. Mr. Dixon will be the conductor for tickets on the 1950s bus, while Mr. Fisher will drive the bus from the 2000s.

Mr Fisher, who is the funeral director, said: ‘It took us nine hours to get from Norwich because it has a top speed of 32mph.

‘We came on Thursday last week to decorate and bandage them. It took nine people nine hours for each bus. A gentleman who owns a bus from the 2000s was approached by a selection committee and asked if he knew anyone who could give a bus, and we took the opportunity because it is a great privilege to be involved. ‘

Prince Louis, Zara Tindall and Prince William today at the Platinum Jubilee in front of Buckingham Palace

Prince Louis, Zara Tindall and Prince William today at the Platinum Jubilee in front of Buckingham Palace

The Hologram of Queen Elizabeth II was projected on the Gold State Coach during the Platinum Pageant today

The Hologram of Queen Elizabeth II was projected on the Gold State Coach during the Platinum Pageant today

The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Louis, Mike Tindall and Mia Tindall during the Platinum Jubilee Choice in front of Buckingham Palace in London today

The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Louis, Mike Tindall and Mia Tindall during the Platinum Jubilee Choice in front of Buckingham Palace in London today

The Duchess of Cambridge tends to talk to her children during today's platinum jubilee election

The Duchess of Cambridge tends to talk to her children during today’s platinum jubilee election

Meanwhile, millions across the country will gather for 85,000 big jubilee lunches, street parties, picnics and barbecues today as the platinum jubilee celebration draws to a close.

Last night the Prince of Wales called the Queen ‘mom’ and described how ‘you laugh and cry with us and, most importantly, you were there for us’ in a touching, personal honor to the longest-serving British head of state after the Buckingham Palace Concert.

The Monarch received kind honors from the Prince of Wales and national figures during Saturday’s platinum party at the Palace where Sir Rod Stewart, Diana Ross and Duran Duran performed for thousands of people at The Mall.

And in a comic sketch that delighted the nation, the Queen drank tea with Paddington Bear and revealed, like the furry character, that she loves a jam sandwich.

Paying tribute to the monarch after his son, the Duke of Cambridge, who called for action against climate change, Charles, joined by his wife Camilla, said: “You have promised to serve your whole life – you continue to provide.”

Cambridges watch Tindalls and Keir Starmer see each other behind them waiting for a platinum jubilee show

Cambridges watch Tindalls and Keir Starmer see each other behind them waiting for a platinum jubilee show

Prince George and Princess Charlotte stand in the Royal Lodge during the Platinum Jubilee Election, June 5, 2022.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte stand in the Royal Lodge during the Platinum Jubilee Election, June 5, 2022.

The original golden coronation chariot with the Queen's hologram was seen during the Platinum Election on June 5, 2022.

The original golden coronation chariot with the Queen’s hologram was seen during the Platinum Election on June 5, 2022.

Members of the Army march through the mall during the Platinum Election on June 5, 2022.

Members of the Army march through the mall during the Platinum Election on June 5, 2022.

The future king, who began his candid speech with ‘Your Majesty, Mom’ just like at the Diamond and Golden Jubilee pop concerts, told the Queen: ‘You have been with us in our difficult times. And you bring us together to celebrate moments of pride, joy and happiness. ‘

He added: ‘You met us and talked to us. You laugh and cry with us and, most importantly, you have been there for us, these 70 years. You have promised to serve your whole life – you continue to provide. That’s why we’re here. That’s what we’re celebrating tonight. ‘

Charles referred to the growing queen’s family, which now extends to 12 great-grandchildren, and to her double role as sovereign and royal matriarch. He said: ‘Your family now includes four generations. You are our head of state. And you are our mother. ‘

And at one touching moment, Charles spoke of his ‘much-missed’ late father, the Duke of Edinburgh, calling him ‘My Dad’ and saying the Queen’s late husband Philip was there ‘soul’.

The Duke of Cambridge last night welcomed the platinum jubilee concert full of “optimism and joy” while praising the queen for her “hope” for the future of the planet.

William paid tribute to the positive appearance of his grandmother during the Platinum Party segment at the Palace dedicated to the environment and which was attended by Sir David Attenborough.

He echoed the Queen’s words from her speech at the UN summit on climate change Cop26, when she said working together in a ‘common goal’ always gives hope.

The Duke highlighted the efforts of ‘visionary ecologists’ and further named the broadcaster and naturalist Sir David and spoke of the pride he felt for ‘my grandfather and my father’, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales, who advocated for the natural world.

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