Sisters are the best. Princess Charlotte went viral — again! — after she was spotted correcting her older brother, Prince GeorgeDuring the final day of Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The children of Cambridge stood side-by on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth II Prince Charles, Camilla, DuchessParents and children. Prince WilliamAnd Duchess KateOn Sunday, June 5, a special moment marked the future monarchy. George 8, is third after the Prince and Duchess of Cambridge, both 73, and 39 respectively, to the throne.
As the royal family stood in front of the crowd and the British national anthem began playing, Charlotte, 7, noticed that the future king’s hand was resting on the balcony. The princess gently nudged her brother and encouraged him to move his hand and improve his posture. George straightened up, moved his arms to his sides, and the two of them observed the celebrations together.
The siblings and their younger brother. Prince Louis, 4, have had their fair share of viral moments during the Jubilee, which celebrated their 96-year-old great-grandmother’s 70th year on the throne. The trio rode in a carriage along with their mother, Camilla, 74, during the Trooping of the Colour parade on Thursday, June 2. They waved to the crowd as they passed by. Charlotte, who was tired of all the waving and cheering, insisted that Louis do the same. He placed his hand in his lap.
Later, the youngest prince caught the world’s attention once again when the royal family stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the flyover. After the queen encouraged him, he quickly became overwhelmed and covered his ears to hide the noise.
Though he was absent from the “Platinum Party” concert on Saturday, June 4, Louis rejoined his family the following day to attend the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, which celebrated iconic moments of the queen’s reign throughout the Commonwealth. At multiple points throughout the event, the little one pulled faces and joked around with his mother before sitting on Prince Charles’ lap for part of the show.
George, on the other hand, was seen sitting next to Prince William, his face pressed up.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge seemingly reacted to their kids’ adorable viral moments on Monday, June 6, when they shared a wrap-up of the weekend’s festivities on Twitter. “What a fantastic weekend of celebrations. Seeing people across the nation coming together with family, friends and loved ones has been extremely special,” the wrote via the official Kensington Royal social media account. “Thank you to everyone who turned out to show their gratitude to The Queen and her inspiring 70 years of leadership. From the crowds on the Mall to communities hosting street parties up and down the country, we hope you had a weekend to remember.”
They concluded their post with a black-and-white snapshot of their youngest child with his hands on his hips, joking, “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis… 👀.”