The Prince and Princess of Wales were photographed with their three children at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday morning ahead of a coronation rehearsal.
William and Kate were in high spirits as they joined other members of the royal family, including the King and Queen, and Princess Anne, for a run-through of Saturday’s ceremony.
Princess Kate looked typically elegant in a monochrome silk tea dress while her husband opted for a navy suit – as did the couple's sons, Prince George and Prince Louis.
Princess Charlotte, who celebrated her eighth birthday on Tuesday, wore a pretty blue floral summer dress and a white cardigan.
Also there were Camilla's grandsons, who will act as her pages of honour.
The coronation rehearsal was particularly important for Prince George, who has been given the honour of acting as one of his grandfather's pages. He will walk behind the King, carrying his robes as he enters and leaves the Abbey.
William, meanwhile, will kneel before his father and vow to be his “liege man of life and limb” in the only homage of royal blood of the ceremony. He will also help clothe the King in his golden robe royal, also known as the mantle, ahead of his crowning.
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The King's pages are his grandson George, Nicholas Barclay, 13, grandson of Sarah Troughton one of the Queen's Companions, Lord Oliver Cholmondeley, 13, son of the Marquess of Cholmondeley also known as film-maker David Rocksavage and a friend of the Prince of Wales, and Ralph Tollemache, 12.
The Queen's Pages of Honour will be her three grandsons, twin boys Gus and Louis, aged 13, by her daughter Laura Lopes, and 13-year-old Frederick, by son Tom Parker Bowles, and her great-nephew, Arthur Elliot, 10.
Page of Honour is a role usually granted to teenage sons of the nobility and they take part in major ceremonies involving the monarch, including coronations and the State Opening of Parliament.
Traditionally they wear a scarlet frock coat with gold trimmings over a white satin waistcoat, breeches and hose, white gloves, black buckled shoes and a lace cravat and ruffles. They also carry a small ceremonial sword.
George's parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, are understood to have thought long and hard about whether to allow him to take on an official role, owing to his tender years.
Prince George has served as a pageboy at the royal weddings of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank, but this will be his most significant public role to date.
With last-minute preparations ramping up, early morning rehearsals were staged in the capital on Wednesday, revealing the first glimpses of the grandeur of the coronation processions.
Hundreds of soldiers, many on horseback, marched from Buckingham Palace past Trafalgar Square and Downing Street to Westminster Abbey shortly after midnight on Wednesday.
The diamond jubilee state coach and gold state coach travelled down The Mall as part of the dry-run for the full event.
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