All the royals of the British monarchy attended the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, joining the annual Trooping the Colour parade in central London on Saturday, 13 June in the two hour-long event that started at 10:30 am.
More than 1,000 soldiers took part in the grand parade near St James' Park on Saturday during the event, which saw the presence of Prince Charles, Prince Willaim, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker, among many other royals.
While Prince Charles and Prince William came on horses, royal ladies Middleton and Parker came in a horse-drawn carriage with Prince Harry.
However, due to bad weather conditions, the Royal Air Force decided to fly helicopters and Red Arrows only over Buckingham Palace for the flypast.
— Royal Air Force (@RoyalAirForceUK) June 13, 2015
Queen Elizabeth II
It was the 63rd time the Queen was attending the Trooping of Colour. The official Twitter handle of the British monarchy posted the photo of the Queen's first Trooping the Colour parade in 1947.
The event was the first official appearance of Middleton, after delivering Princess Charlotte on 2 May. Middleton looked classic in a Catherine Walker's "Astrid" floral, light blue coat with a white Lock & Co's Marisabel hat.
Baby Princess Charlotte missed the first official event after her birth.
During the procession, Prince George stole the show, enjoying the pageantry from a window of the Buckingham Palace. Later, during the flypast, he was seen with his father Prince William.
— Chris Grigg (@Chris_Grigg1987) June 13, 2015
Check out more photos of the event below:
— BritishMonarchy (@BritishMonarchy) June 13, 2015
— The Army in London (@ArmyInLondon) June 13, 2015
— Clare (@CroxleyClare) June 13, 2015
— Property Echo (@PropertyEcho) June 13, 2015