The Royal Family Celebrated 'Queen's 90th Birthday' But Wait Till You See What Prince George Had To Do

The Royal Family Celebrated 'Queen's 90th Birthday' But Wait Till You See What Prince George Had To Do
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Trooping the Colour, our Queen at 90, the event took place on the Queen's 90th birthday where she traveled in an Ascot Landau drawn by horses Sydney and Vienna. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh moved down The Mall from Buckingham Palace to attend #troopingthecolour.  
The parade was one of a kind like it is meant to be. There were 1400 officers marching along with over 200 horses and 400 musicians. The troops receiving the Royal Salute, the Royal Air Force flypast from Buckingham Palace balcony and the cavalry. Watching the Royal Family wave their hearty regards was merely ecstatic.
But what held our heart with AWE was Princess Charlotte and the way she held her eyes in wonder while praising the troops pay their love to the Royal Family. 

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Princess Charlotte and Prince George paid a surprise visit at the Queen's Birthday trooping the ceremony. 

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Ofcourse, they were the cutest of all. 

Princess Charlotte and Kate matched in pale pink. 

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And Prince George made the most adorable faces. 

And Prince George made the most adorable faces. 
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While the Duchess flaunted her giant Carrie Bradshaw hat, riding in the parade. 

The Royal kids made their surprise presence on the balcony while the Royal Air Force flew over London emitting glorious colors. 

With the cutest goodbye, Prince George waved the crowd while Princess was busy eating her tiny hands. 

With the cutest goodbye, Prince George waved the crowd while Princess was busy eating her tiny hands. 
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