Princess Eugenie’s son and Princess Beatrice’s stepson are the first to officially appear

The son of Princess Eugenie August and the stepson of Princess Beatrice Wolfie first officially appeared at the royal family event when they joined their parents today at the Platinum Jubilee Choice.

Eugenie, 32 years old, she could be seen jumping son Augusta, a year old, on her knees as she attended the event along with her husband Jack Brooksbank and her sister Beatrice, 33, who was joined by her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and his son Christopher, nicknamed Wolfie, and which he shares with his ex-partner Dara Huang.

One-year-old August wore a sweater with the Union flag on the front, while Wolfie wore an elegant sailor jacket as he sat between his father and stepmother. This is the family’s first appearance at a public event – although Beatrice’s daughter Siena, who is only eight months old, did not attend today’s outing.

The sisters – dressed in elegant dresses – were joined by Charles, Camilla, Zara and Mike Tindall, and the Cambridges in the Royal Lodge, set at the end of a 2-hour procession in front of Buckingham Palace to mark the end of the Queen’s 70th anniversary.

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.

The son of Princess Eugenie August and the stepson of Princess Beatrice Wolfie (pictured with Beatrice and Ed) had their first official appearances at the Royal Family event when they joined their parents today at the Platinum Jubilee Choice

The son of Princess Eugenie August and the stepson of Princess Beatrice Wolfie (pictured with Beatrice and Ed) had their first official appearances at the Royal Family event when they joined their parents today at the Platinum Jubilee Choice

Eugenie, 32, could be seen jumping son Augusta (pictured), one, on her knees as she attended the event along with her husband Jack Brooksbank and her sister Beatrice (33), who was joined by her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and his son Christopher, whose nickname is Wolfie, and whom he shares with his ex-partner Dara Huang

Eugenie, 32, could be seen jumping son Augusta (pictured), one, on her knees as she attended the event along with her husband Jack Brooksbank and her sister Beatrice (33), who was joined by her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and his son Christopher, whose nickname is Wolfie, and whom he shares with his ex-partner Dara Huang

During the election, celebrities will travel in decorated open double-decker buses to celebrate 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.

Princess Beatrice is still in her blue Salona dress arriving with Eugenie and their husbands for the platinum jubilee pageant in front of Buckingham Palace on Sunday afternoon, the last of four days of platinum jubilee celebrations

Princess Beatrice is still in her blue Salona dress arriving with Eugenie and their husbands for the platinum jubilee pageant in front of Buckingham Palace on Sunday afternoon, the last of four days of platinum jubilee celebrations

Earlier in the day, Beatrice (pictured) and Eugenie went out together again for a big jubilee lunch in Paddington

Earlier in the day, Beatrice (pictured) and Eugenie went out together again for a big jubilee lunch in Paddington

Eugenie and her husband Jack sit with Edoard as the selection begins

Eugenie and her husband Jack sit with Edoard as the selection begins

Earlier in the day, Beatrice and Eugenie went out together again for a big jubilee lunch in Paddington.

Looking stylish, the two joined in the fun and games as they met with local volunteers and social groups who helped during the Covid-19 pandemic, at Paddington Recreation Ground, London, at the Big Jubilee Lunch, the fourth day of the Platinum Jubilee Celebration . .

Princess Eugenie tried her hand at a spinning plate while Sister Beatrice watched him lively. And then Princess Beatrice tried bowling while a crowd of small children watched.

The little boy gave them red tulips when they arrived at the event organized by the Westminster Council. They were happy to pose for photos with citizens who attended the Great Jubilee Lunch.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie try their hand at spinning a plate during the Great Jubilee Lunch organized by the Westminster Council for Local Volunteers and Social Groups Helping during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Paddington Recreation Ground

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie try their hand at spinning a plate during the Great Jubilee Lunch organized by the Westminster Council for Local Volunteers and Social Groups Helping during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Paddington Recreation Ground

Princess Beatrice plays bowling during the Great Jubilee Lunch on the fourth day of the Platinum Jubilee Celebration

Princess Beatrice plays bowling during the Great Jubilee Lunch on the fourth day of the Platinum Jubilee Celebration

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie donated tulips as they arrived for a grand jubilee lunch hosted by the Westminster Council for Local Volunteers and Social Groups Helping During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie donated tulips as they arrived for a grand jubilee lunch hosted by the Westminster Council for Local Volunteers and Social Groups Helping During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Beatrice cheerfully poses with community members and attendees at the Great Jubilee Lunch, the fourth day of the Platinum Jubilee Celebration

Beatrice cheerfully poses with community members and attendees at the Great Jubilee Lunch, the fourth day of the Platinum Jubilee Celebration

Eugenie grimaces as she tries to hold a spinning saucer over her head as her sister watches as she enjoys partying and playing at the Big Jubilee Lunch

Eugenie grimaces as she tries to hold a spinning saucer over her head as her sister watches as she enjoys partying and playing at the Big Jubilee Lunch

Eugenie chose Roxand Adrian’s dark red silk-satin dress with sleeveless hats, while Beatrice chose the striking blue Salons dress and The Kooples shoes.

The Royal Sisters showed up all weekend with their husbands Jack Brooksbank and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, wearing stunning outfits.

Meanwhile, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie arrived on Saturday night for a platinum anniversary party at Buckingham Palace with their husbands.

Both couples looked stylish, and members of the royal family wore elegant dresses. Beatrice opted for a navy blue dress of 795 pounds with three-quarter sleeves with decorative details from The Vampire’s Wife.

Meanwhile, Eugenie opted for a white dress with blue, white and red fringes, in the sign of Union Jack colors. Their husbands opted for elegant suits.

They were among the many members of the royal family who were gathered tonight along with tens of thousands of fans at the glorious party at the Palace.

Saturday’s concert was the culmination of the third day of public events marking the 96-year-old monarch’s record platinum jubilee with 22,000 people attending in front of Buckingham Palace.

Among the members of the royal family at Saturday’s jubilee concert of the gathered stars, held in front of Buckingham Palace, were the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Prince Charles and Prince William took center stage in front of an audience of 22,000 people to pay their respects to the Queen during the jubilee concert with the stars.

The father and son – both future kings – spoke separately in honor of the monarch before the end of the BBC’s open-air party at the Palace, held in front of Buckingham Palace.

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