During last year's Trooping the Colour flypast, Kate ensured there was no risk of an outfit clash as she dressed Charlotte in a pink number that perfectly matched her Alexander McQueen pleated skater dress and hat.
Coming back to Trooping colours, this official parade includes over 1,400parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians according to Kensington Palace. Guardsman Charanpreet Singh Hall became the first member of the Coldstream Guards to participate while wearing a turban.
After they arrived at Buckingham Palace, the stylish sisters joined their other relatives on the famous balcony to watch the Royal Air Force's Red Arrows fly past.
Princess Charlotte, meanwhile, took a mini tumble that resulted in some tears: Right as she was peeking out over the balcony's balustrade, the munchkin lost her balance and fell backwards. Although she celebrated her real birthday on April 21, Saturday marked the official birthday of the Sovereign, the Daily Mail points out. Princess Anne, Prince Charles' sister, and Prince William were seen riding horseback in full military regalia.More news: England vs. Costa Rica - 6/7/18 International Friendly Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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The Duchess of Cambridge has one of the most enviable wardrobes in the Royal family, and it seems Princess Charlotte is taking after her mother. His November birthday often saw rain so he chose to celebrate with the public in the summers (how convenient).
The British media is reporting neither Prince Harry, nor Prince William and Catherine, have travelled on the royal train before, so the invitation from the Queen is considered a mark of her high regard for Meghan.
Although the Duke has officially retired, his roles within the Royal Family continue.