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Her Majesty the Queen celebrated her 92nd birthday on Saturday by attending the traditional Trooping the Colour event in central London. The royal, who was attending her 66th parade as sovereign – a record unmatched by any other British monarch, was in high spirits as she left Buckingham Palace in her carriage. Her Majesty looked lovely in a sky blue coat and dress by Stuart Parvin and a hat by Angela Kelly. She rode alone and this year, in a change from tradition, was not accompanied by her husband Prince Philip, who retired from official duty last summer. The Duke
Lady Louise Windsor is all grown up as she wears a fascinator to Trooping the Colour for the first time
This year's Trooping the Colour was a very special moment for Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of the Earl of Wessex and the Countess of Wessex - since she officially made her debut as a young lady, wearing a fascinator to the event for the first time. While she also wore formal headwear for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding in May, this is the first time she has done so for the Queen's official birthday. Louise made her very first appearance at Trooping the Colour in 2011, when she was just seven. Lady Louise wore a fascinator for
Princess Eugenie is one proud daughter! Although it was the Queen's birthday celebration, it was also a special day for Prince Andrew, and Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's youngest child made sure everyone knew about it. "A wonderful and proud day celebrating Her Majesty's birthday and @hrhthedukeofyork for his first Trooping the Colour as Colonel in Chief of the Grenadier Guards. #troopingthecolour, " she wrote alongside a picture of the Queen's son posing inside the palace, looking happy and smart in his Grenadier Guards uniform. The Duke of York was made Colonel of the Grenadier Guards at a special ceremony
Princess Charlotte was having the best time on Saturday during her balcony appearance at Trooping the Colour when she suddenly had a little accident which made her burst into tears. Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's adorable three-year-old slipped and fell down, hitting her head on the railing. The Duchess, who was standing behind her daughter, quickly rushed to her aid to comfort her – picking her up for a few brief moments after she became upset. The little royal snuggled close to her mummy and wiped her face before being put down. Charlotte didn't let her mishap get
A look back at the Duchess of Cambridge's stylish ensembles for the annual Trooping the Colour celebration since her first appearance in
What is Trooping the Colour? Well, first of all it is one of the most exciting royal engagements of the year, with appearances by your favourite British royals from Princess Charlotte to Queen Elizabeth! It also, of course, is the Queen's official annual birthday parade, an event that is surrounded with all the pomp and circumstance one comes to expect from a grand occasion honouring Her Majesty. One of the highlights every year, though, is seeing what the Queen's granddaughter-in-law Kate Middleton will be wearing. As we look forward to seeing her latest ensemble on the Buckingham Palace balcony