The Duchess of Cambridge makes headlines when she "re-wears" her clothes (yes, I know that's exactly what the rest of us do all the time) and Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George have often been seen wearing each other's clothes.
The adorable tot beamed as he excitedly waved at the crowds outside Buckingham Palace, and watched the planes fly past. Thousands of people gathered along the Mall in London to watch the spectacle, which featured more than 200 horses, 400 musicians and 1,400 officers.
It was the first public engagement for their youngest child, Prince Louis, who's 14 months old.
Also, given it's the Queen's birthday parade, the focus technically should be on the birthday day - perhaps Meghan was being mindful of that?
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Prince Louis definitely melted some hearts today, but it's worth a mention that Prince George, when he made his Trooping the Colour debut, wore a light blue shorts outfit, nearly identical to what his father, Prince William, wore to his first Trooping the Colour event.
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The Duchess of Sussex's certainly didn't disappoint in the style department. While the king was born on October, an annual "Trooping of the Colour" became a celebration dedicated to the King, as well as the armed forces.
Perhaps the queen's birthday required a more formal outfit than the simple elegance Kate displayed as a guest at a summer wedding, because today Kate wore the hat with her hair pulled back in an elaborate chignon, accessorizing with pearl drop earrings. - AFP A full view and close up of the Queen's horse-drawn carriage. It was seen as protocol-breaking, as royals tend to dress fairly conservatively for the event; her sister-in-law Kate Middleton, for example, has only worn sleeves past the elbow for her Trooping the Colour appearances.