Who is who in the first row of the royal lodge at the Platinum People’s Choice

The royal family proved to be strong for the Queen’s last day of celebrating the platinum jubilee for the National Competition.

The queen was represented by her beloved family who seemed to enjoy every minute of the procession.

Although several significantly disappeared, including Prince Harry and Meghan and Prince Andrew, her three children, seven grandchildren and their spouses were present, as well as selected relatives and their families.

Here, FEMAIL is taking a closer look at the royal members who have appeared to celebrate Her Majesty’s platinum jubilee concert …

And who’s who where everyone was sitting during the Party At The Palace concert on Saturday night

And who’s who where everyone was sitting during the Party At The Palace concert on Saturday night

Part of the first row in the royal lodge, on Sunday's popular election

Part of the first row in the royal lodge, on Sunday’s popular election

FRONT ROW

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge: Kate Middleton, 40, looks elegant in a £ 400 tailored crepe midi dress from Self Portrait as she joins her husband Prince William, 39, at a Party At The Palace concert. Kate enjoyed the dinner and was often seen singing along to her favorite songs.

Prince Louis of Cambridge: Louis, four, was a star this weekend with his animated facial expressions and childish antics. He did not attend the concert on Saturday night because it was late, but he had several scattered performances.

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge: Charlotte, seven, is the middle child and the only daughter of Kate and William. Her full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, in honor of her grandfather Charles, Prince of Wales, her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and grandmother Diana, Princess of Wales. Her parents often call her ‘Lottie’ and ‘Mignonette’ from miles away.

Prince George of Cambridge: George, eight, is the eldest child of Kate and William and third in line for the British throne. He often appears these days together with his parents on royal duties. But when he was born, he spent his first months at his parents ’cottage on Bodorgan Hall in Anglsey, Wales, before his family moved to Kensington Palace in 2014 for future engagements.

Kate, Louis, Charlotte and George enjoy Sunday’s election while being surrounded by other family members

Kate, Louis, Charlotte and George enjoy Sunday’s election while being surrounded by other family members

Prince William: The Duke of Cambridge, 39, also enjoyed the concert, waving a flag next to his son George. William had a busy weekend, involved in every step of the celebration. But we’ll just see him face his brother Prince Harry.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: Camilla, 74, was sitting with Prince Charles, dressed in an elegant all-black ensemble for a star concert. Camilla also accompanied her husband on stage when he gave a speech, celebrating the Queen’s 70th birthday.

Prince Charles: Prince Charles (73) represented the Queen during the jubilee celebrations. And it is becoming increasingly obvious that he will take on an increasingly prominent role because his mother is facing constant health problems. His speech was warmly welcomed as he once again called his mother ‘mom’.

Princess Anne: Princess Anne, 71, sat next to her brother Charles and looked elegant in her clothes with a neat scarf. She was often seen waving a flag to music. Princess Anne took the lead role in Trooping the Color, accompanying her brother Prince Charles on horseback as he inspected the troops and greeted them.

Princess Anne and her brother Edward enjoy seats in the front row at the event.  Princess Anne's husband, 67, sat between his wife and the Countess of Wessex at a concert Saturday night

Princess Anne and her brother Edward enjoy seats in the front row at the event. Princess Anne’s husband, 67, sat between his wife and the Countess of Wessex at a concert Saturday night

Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence: Princess Anne’s husband, 67, sat between his wife and the Countess of Wessex. Despite not being a member of the royal family, Sir Timothy was invited yesterday to join the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, in recognition of the valuable support he provides to his wife, the Royal Princess. A retired Royal Navy officer wore his medals.

SECOND ROW:

Mike Tindall: Former English rugby player Mike Tindall (43) is the husband of Zara Tindall. The couple shares three children and lives on the estate of Princess Anne Gatcombe, in Gloucestershire. Mike has a close relationship with Zara’s family, especially her brother and relatives. You can often see him laughing with family members.

Mia Tindall: Mia, eight years old, is the eldest child of Mother and Zara and has two younger siblings. She is close with all her relatives, and they giggle at most family events. He is currently 22nd in line for the British throne.

Zara Tindall: The queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall, 41, the younger child of Princess Anne and the only daughter, stands out from the crowd. The top horseman appeared in particularly good shape and was noticed dancing to a piece of music.

Other non-filming family members who were also in the Royal Lodge:

Sophie, Countess of Wessex: One of the Queen’s inner circle, the Countess of Wessex, 57, showed a typically flawless picture this weekend. She looked stunning in a completely white lace dress, which she fastened at the waist with a belt made of the appropriate material. She finished her look by styling her blonde hair into tousled waves and stylish jewelry, including a large necklace with a star pendant and matching earrings.

James, Viscount Severn: 14-year-old James, the youngest of the Queen’s grandchildren. His tenure in the royal family means that he is often invited to royal events that are not attended by other young men, such as Savannah Phillips, 11, and her sister Isla, 10.

Lady Louise Windsor: The Queen’s 18-year-old granddaughter showed off her best fashion step this weekend. She looked both elegant and comfortable at the concert, matching a black and white dress with a gray coat. The teenager enjoys a particularly close relationship with her grandmother,

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

Prince Edward: Earl of Wessex: Edward, 58, the Queen’s youngest son, was joined at the concert by his wife and two children. While the Wessexes would once find themselves in the second row of such an occasion, reflecting Edward’s lower position in the line of succession, it was disrupted after Prince Andrew and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex withdrew from royal office. As a result, he is gaining primary seats at events these days.

Jack Brooksbank: The husband of Princess Eugenie Jack Brooksbank (36) recently became a European brand ambassador for Casamigos, a tequila company co-founded by George Clooney in 2013 and recently sold for $ 1 billion. It was also started by Jack Brooksbank Ltd, a wholesaler of wine, beer and spirits. Jack and Eugenie enjoyed the evening party while their little son was tucked away at home.

Princess Eugenie: Princess Eugenie, 32, came out in a patriotic red, white and blue dress by Gabriele Hearst to attend the concert. The mother of one child combined her dress with a necklace and relaxed her hair with glam make-up.

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi: Princess Beatrice’s husband Edo, 38, stayed with his wife all weekend. The father of two shares a daughter Sienna with the royal family and has a son Wolfie from a previous relationship.

Princess Beatrice: Princess Beatrice, 33, looked sensational in a floating navy blue dress from The Vampire’s Wife, paired with a gold gold bracelet and fascinator. Beatrice was the oldest member of the York family to be present after her father was positive on Covid.

Savannah Phillips: Savannah, 11, is the daughter of Peter and his ex-wife Autumn Kelly. The queen’s oldest great-grandson has gained a reputation over the years as the most daring young prince. When the official photos of Princess Eugenie’s wedding were published, the royal fans quickly noticed that Savannah was standing on Eugenie’s dress!

Phillips Island: Isla is 10 years old and is the younger sister of Savannah, and the youngest daughter of Peter and his ex-wife Autumn Kelly. Although it has been speculated that Isla’s middle name – Elizabeth – is part of the queen, this has never been officially confirmed. When Peter’s divorce ended in 2021, the statement said: ‘Although this is a sad day for Peter and Autumn, they still put the welfare and upbringing of their beautiful daughters Savannah and Isla first.

Peter Phillips: Sitting next to his daughter Peter, 44, is the queen’s eldest grandson. Princess Anne’s son divorced his wife Autumn Phillips last year. The couple shares two daughters, Savannah, 11, and Isla, 10, who attend the royal events with their father. This weekend, they were spotted playing with Princess Charlotte and children from Cambridge in Trooping the Color.

Lindsay Wallace: Ms. Wallace, 40, is Mr. Phillip’s new girlfriend, who first went public with the Royal in January this year. She is the daughter of an oil tycoon and the mother of two children. Although her relationship with Peter is relatively new, she was already known to the Phillips family for her friendship with Zara and went to the same school at Gordonstone School, which pays 40,000 pounds a year in Scotland.

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