Prince Louis attended Trooping the Colour with his parents and older siblings in what marked his first public appearance. The young prince, nestled in the arms of his mother Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, was seen bouncing happily as he waved off the RAF air display at the end of the Queen’s birthday parade. The youngest of the Cambridge children was later passed into the arms of his father Prince William to wave at the crowd gathered outside of Buckingham Palace.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte also appeared alongside their parents and younger brother to celebrate the Queen’s official birthday with the monarch and other members of the Royal Family.
Prince William took part in the parade with his father, Prince Charles, and aunt Princess Anne while his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge witnessed the celebrations from Wellington’s House in Hyde Park with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Meghan Markle.
The Duchess of Cambridge travelled to the location in an open carriage with brother-in-law Prince Harry and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex earlier in the morning.
She later returned to Buckingham Palace escorted by her three young children to catch the spectacular air display put together by the RAF.
The Duchess of Sussex also appeared with the Duchess of Cambridge albeit without her young son, Archie Harrison.
The occasion marked Meghan Markle’s return to public engagements since giving birth to her first child on May 6.
Royal fans have been eagerly awaiting to catch a second glimpse of the royal baby ever since and had hoped he would join the Queen’s official birthday celebrations today.
But baby Archie remains out of the spotlight and if recent royal births are anything to go by then it could be a while until Baby Sussex’s next public appearance, with his christening likely to be the next sighting.
Published at Sat, 08 Jun 2019 12:32:00 +0000