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13 Photos Of The Young Royals Stealing The Show At The Queen’s Jubilee

All eyes were on Louis, Charlotte, and George.

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On June 2, 2022 — to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 96th birthday — Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Prince George attended the annual Trooping the Colour parade as part of the Platinum Jubilee festivities.

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Though it was the Queen’s celebration, her great-grandchildren Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, stole the show after making the cutest silly faces throughout the carriage ride and ceremony.

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Prince William and Duchess Kate’s children made their Trooping the Colour carriage debut ride and were joined by their mom, Kate, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Even during the procession, the young royals already charmed audiences with their facial expressions — like in this moment when George couldn’t seem to open his eyes in the sun.

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Here is Prince Louis looking bored in the carriage while his father, Prince William, rode on horseback in his military uniform.

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Prince Louis is truly a mood.

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Undeterred by her siblings’ moods, Princess Charlotte was ever the royal, making tiny waves to audiences lining the streets.

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After the procession, the royal family congregated at the Major General’s Office, where they even met up with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But the young royals couldn’t help but take a peep at the audience through the balcony.

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They later moved to the Buckingham Palace balcony for the remainder of the celebration, where only the working royals in the family stood alongside the queen, unlike in previous years where even the extended family watched the festivities.

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Prince Louis wore a sailor-inspired similar to what his father wore as a young boy attending the same event in 1985.

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Prince Louis covered his ears from the noise during the ceremonial flypast. While his siblings have been attending the annual festivities for longer, this is only Prince Louis’ second time appearing on the balcony after making his Trooping the Colour debut in 2019 at just a year old.

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He was later joined by Princess Charlotte who also couldn’t stand the noise.

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Aside from covering his ears, the youngest royal made plenty of silly faces.

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The Queen seemed amused by her great-grandson’s cute antics and even chatted with him a bit.

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Big 2022 mood.