Big day for the Cambridges: Kate Middleton is seen chatting to her children, from left, George, Louis and Charlotte, as they leave Buckingham Palace on the first day of the bank holiday celebrations
Share this @internewscast.com


Kate Middleton appeared to use distraction techniques to keep her three children calm as they played a central role in the historic Trooping the Colour parade on Thursday. 

According to a lip reader who examined video footage of the short journey from Buckingham Palace in the horse-drawn carriage, the Duchess pointed out Union Jacks in the crowd and kept talking to Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, to ensure they weren’t overwhelmed by the enormity of the big occasion.  

At one point, the Duchess, 40, appeared to say: ‘This is wonderful! Look at all these people!’ as she travelled with her three young children and the Duchess of Cornwall towards Horse Guards Parade. 

An inquisitive Louis is thought to have spotted Prince William, who took part in the parade on horseback, saying: ‘Look that’s Dad.’

Scroll down for video  

Big day for the Cambridges: Kate Middleton is seen chatting to her children, from left, George, Louis and Charlotte, as they leave Buckingham Palace on the first day of the bank holiday celebrations

Big day for the Cambridges: Kate Middleton is seen chatting to her children, from left, George, Louis and Charlotte, as they leave Buckingham Palace on the first day of the bank holiday celebrations

Kate Middleton offers a beaming smile as she joins her three children and the Duchess of Cornwall to head down the Mall; it's thought the royal told her three children: 'Look at these colours and all the flags!' as they headed to Horse Guards Parade

Kate Middleton offers a beaming smile as she joins her three children and the Duchess of Cornwall to head down the Mall; it’s thought the royal told her three children: ‘Look at these colours and all the flags!’ as they headed to Horse Guards Parade

Prince Louis, four, is thought to have spotted his father Prince William, telling his mother 'Look, there's Dad!'

 Prince Louis, four, is thought to have spotted his father Prince William, telling his mother ‘Look, there’s Dad!’

Clearly enjoying the day too, the Duchess of Cambridge was thought to have told her children ‘Look at these colours and all the flags!’ as they bypassed thousands of well-wishers on the Mall and a sea of Union Jacks. 

Kate looked chic in a white coat dress by Alexander McQueen, wearing her hair loosely plaited and tucked under a glamorous white and navy wide-brimmed hat by A-list milliner Philip Treacy. 

According to the lipreader, the carriage’s young royals were clearly amazed by just how many people had turned out to mark the Platinum Jubilee at Buckingham Palace. 

The most au fait with royal occasions, Prince George appeared to turn to the crowd and say ‘wow’, as he noted the thousands of people at all the people.

A giggling Princess Charlotte also remarked ‘wow’, while Prince George was seen saying: ‘This is great’ before asking: ‘Mama, where does this stop?’

Kate is thought to have answered: ‘That’s the entrance. that is where we are going to be stopping.’ 

A little sibling tension? An adorable moment caught Charlotte and little brother Louis having a few choice words over the youngest Cambridge's commitment to waving

A little sibling tension? An adorable moment caught Charlotte and little brother Louis having a few choice words over the youngest Cambridge’s commitment to waving

Kate Middleton encourages her children to wave as the horse-drawn carriage makes its way to the ceremonial parade

Kate Middleton encourages her children to wave as the horse-drawn carriage makes its way to the ceremonial parade

Showing respect for their great grandmother, the Cambridge children dutifully bowed their heads when the national anthem was played on their arrival into Horse Guards Parade.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children took centre stage as four days of Platinum Jubilee celebration kicked off in style. 

Proving that sibling rivalry can rear its head even on the most regal of occasions, Princess Charlotte was spotted ticking off her little brother Louis for waving too enthusiastically at crowds. 

An adorable clip sees the seven-year-old, who looked elegant in a cornflower chiffon blue dress with bow detail by Patachou, and wore her hair loose with a neat braid and matching blue ribbon, was seen asking Prince Louis to ‘stop waving!’ as they made their journey through the crowds. 

Showing respect for their great grandmother, the Cambridge children dutifully bowed their heads when the national anthem was played on their arrival into Horse Guards Parade.

Showing respect for their great grandmother, the Cambridge children dutifully bowed their heads when the national anthem was played on their arrival into Horse Guards Parade.

Seen from above, the horse-drawn carriage makes its way through the crowds this morning towards Horse Guards Parade

Seen from above, the horse-drawn carriage makes its way through the crowds this morning towards Horse Guards Parade

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s oldest child Prince George, eight, who was dressed in a sharp navy suit, with matching blue tie, looked on as the minor squabble broke out in the royal carriage.

Little Prince Louis, stealing the fashion show in a pristine white sailor suit and bearing a striking resemblance to his father at the same age, who wore a similar outfit at the 1985 Trooping the Colour event, looked unperturbed by his sister’s chastisement and continued to wave anyway. 

Share this @internewscast.com
You May Also Like

Millions more are hit by hosepipe bans as country faces official drought declaration

Large parts of England are set to be officially declared in a…

Trump Is ‘Encouraging’ DOJ to Release Search Warrant that Led to Raid 

Former President Donald Trump said he is “ENCOURAGING the immediate release” of…

Trump DOJ search ‘not enough’

WASHINGTON () — The Justice Department’s search warrant and investigation at former President…

Ex-Cop Thomas Robertson Gets Years in Prison for Jan. 6

Thomas Robertson (via FBI court documents). A former Virginia police officer who…

St. Joseph Fall Festival in full swing

ST. JOSEPH, Ill. (WCIA) – This year’s St. Joseph Fall Festival is…

Aiken County woman arrested after impersonating judge, received $16,000 after forging signature

AIKEN COUNTY, South Carolina (WJBF) – A South Carolina woman is behind…

Gainesville man accused of raping 15-year-old

BY JENNIFER CABRERA GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Kenneth Johnson, 53, was arrested late…

Blind equestrian overcomes impossible odds, forms extraordinary bond with horse

Have you ever seen someone on the back of a 1,200-pound horse…