21 June, 2017
Prince William and his family attended the Trooping the Color parade yesterday as part of the Queen Elizabeth's birthday celebrations and the show was again stolen by Little Charlotte and her brother George.
They may be young, but Prince George and Princess Charlotte surely know how to steal the spotlight.
Princess Charlotte's Liberty print smock dress featured pink polka dots and once again she was the centre of attention as her mum Kate held her on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. This year, however, it is hard to escape a very' sombre national mood.
At Horse Guards Parade, the soldiers wear full uniform, including the famed bearskin hat as they stand and march for hours.
Earlier in the day the Queen gave an address to the nation, acknowledging the "terrible tragedies" that were the recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London.
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Prince William and Prince Charles were on horseback.
This year's Trooping the Colour took on special significance, as the country mourned those who recently died and celebrated the heroism of others.
If nothing else, it does prove that Queen Elizabeth II, now 91, still throws the kind of birthday bash that can leave you legless. Mum Kate and daughter Charlotte, age two, were both pretty in pink, matching their summer dresses for the Queen's official birthday celebrations.
Trooping the Colour is always one of the royal family's most spectacular events of the year.