The Royal Family assembled at the balcony of Buckingham Palace for this year’s Trooping the Colour parade, with Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the royals greeting the crowd and taking in the annual spectacle, held in honour of the Queen’s 91st birthday.
Along with the Queen and Prince Philip, Prince Charles and wife Camilla were also on hand, as were Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Prince Harry, Prince William and Duchess Kate.
However, it was the two youngest royals who stole the show, as adorable little Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte displayed wide-eyed delight watching more than 1,400 red-coated officers and 200 horses on parade as fighter jets zoomed overhead.
As People reports, the Queen wore a powder-blue Stewart Parvin outfit and matching Philip Somerville-designed hat, along with her Brigade of Guards Badge, which she wears for each year’s parade. The Duke of Edinburgh wore morning dress, sporting a top hat and tails, instead of full uniform, and wore a Household Division tie, Garter Star and Medals.
The Duchess of Cambridge, notes People, wore a pink Alexander McQueen dress along with matching hat by Jane Taylor.
Images and video of the royals were shared on social media via tweets such as these:
Check out more photos of the Royal Family during 2017’s Trooping the Colour parade, below.