Find out what Princess Charlotte said to Prince George on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in the last moments of Sunday’s jubilee election …
Princess Charlotte shared a wonderful moment with her older brother Prince George during the final moments of the Platinum Jubilee election on Sunday when young members of the royal family joined The queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Her Majesty was greeted with enthusiastic cheers from the crowd and the performance of the national anthem, followed by loud smoke, which caused a wonderful exchange between George and Charlotte.
LOOK: Look at what Princess Charlotte said to her brother Prince George on the Jubilee balcony
Charlotte, seven, can be seen flinching after the cannon exploded, prompting George, eight, to turn to her and say, “That made you jump,” to which she replied, “That made me.” to jump! “
Along with Her Majesty, the young royal members were joined Prince Charles i Duchess of Cornwallthe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their younger brother Prince Louisfour, for the final balcony look of the celebration.
The Queen delighted fans with her arrival, which followed a spectacular selection that took place from the Horse Guard, along Whitehall to Admiralty Arch and down The Mall to Buckingham Palace.
Two young members of the royal family shared a sweet moment
Along with giant puppets, a Gold State Coach and a host of celebrities, the event brought together the best of music, theater, street art, carnival and costumes to tell the story of the monarch’s 70-year reign.
In the final act, pop sensation Ed Sheeran emotionally conveyed his ballad at the top of the list Perfect while the editing of the Queen’s videos has been released over the years.
After enjoying the first day of the celebration which included her annual birthday event, Trooping the Color, the Queen was unable to attend the second or third day of the weekend, she missed the party at the Buckingham Palace Palace concert as well as the Epsom Derby. which lasted place on Saturday.
The queen appeared on the balcony
While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted at the Trooping the Color on Thursday, and again at the Thanksgiving Service on Friday, they were absent from Saturday and Sunday celebrations, including the anniversary concert and selection.
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