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Carrie Johnson carries & Other Stories to Trooping The Color

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Carrie Johnson looked classy as she watched the Trooping the Color parade on the first day of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

She stood next to husband Prime Minister Boris Johnson with a large crowd of others in attendance.

Ms Johnson, 34, wore a recycled £85 fuschia dress from & Other Stories, a John Lewis hat and Michael Kors shoes.

She previously wore the brightly colored dress at the Conservative Party Conference in October 2019.

The duo appeared without children Wilfred and Romy, standing in front of a large crowd.

Ms Johnson, 34, wore an £85 recycled fuschia dress from & Other Stories, a John Lewis hat and Michael Kors shoes

The duo appeared without children Wilfred and Romy, standing in front of a large crowd of other attendees

The duo appeared without children Wilfred and Romy, standing in front of a large crowd of other attendees

Ms Johnson previously wore the brightly colored dress at the Conservative Party Conference in October 2019

Ms Johnson previously wore the brightly colored dress at the Conservative Party Conference in October 2019

It comes after the Queen left Windsor Castle this morning as she headed to Buckingham Palace to take part in her platinum anniversary celebrations with other members of the royal family, as tens of thousands of people filled the streets of London.

The Duchess of Cambridge and her three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis waved to the cheering crowd at Trooping the Color today before the Queen’s arrival, as they kicked off the celebrations in style.

Three carriages left the forecourt of Buckingham Palace this morning carrying members of the royal family to The Mall, with the Duchess of Cornwall alongside Kate Middleton and her children in the first carriage.

They were followed in the radiant sun by the Earl and Countess of Wessex with their son James, Viscount Severn, and finally the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence in the third carriage.

The husband and wife appeared in good spirits as the celebration unfolded in the hot sun, and Mr Johnson wore a suit complete with a gray vest

The husband and wife appeared in good spirits as the celebration unfolded in the hot sun, and Mr Johnson wore a suit complete with a gray vest

Three carriages left the forecourt of Buckingham Palace this morning carrying members of the Royal Family to The Mall, with the Duchess of Cornwall alongside Kate Middleton and her children in the first carriage

Three carriages left the forecourt of Buckingham Palace this morning carrying members of the Royal Family to The Mall, with the Duchess of Cornwall alongside Kate Middleton and her children in the first carriage

Louis sat in a carriage between his older siblings George and Charlotte, with Kate and Camilla opposite.  Dressed in a light blue, navy and white color scheme, the kids waved to the crowd

Louis sat in a carriage between his older siblings George and Charlotte, with Kate and Camilla opposite. Dressed in a light blue, navy and white color scheme, the kids waved to the crowd

Louis sat in a carriage between his older siblings George and Charlotte, with Kate and Camilla opposite. The children, dressed in a light blue, navy, and white color scheme, waved to the crowd—and at one point Charlotte appeared to be pushing down Louis’s hand, as the princess peered into the sun as the carriage departed.

Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne rode horses in the traditional carriage procession that left Buckingham Palace for Trooping the Colour, also known as the Birthday Parade, at the start of the festivities.

As Kate, Camilla and the kids left in their carriage, a riding groom had a problem with her horse refusing to move. The carriage had to swerve to avoid the animal, who was eventually persuaded to join the procession.

The Cambridge children bowed their heads as the national anthem was played on their arrival at Horse Guards Parade. George was dressed for the occasion in a navy suit, white shirt and blue tie, while Louis wore a white and navy top in a sailor style, echoing an outfit his father wore at the 1985 Trooping event. .

Another carriage had the Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn

Another carriage had the Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn

Sophie Wessex smiles and waves to the crowd during the Trooping the Color parade through the Mall today

Sophie Wessex smiles and waves to the crowd during the Trooping the Color parade through the Mall today

Charlotte’s hair was loose, dressed in two fine braids tied with a blue ribbon, and she wore a cornflower dress. She peered out the central window at the Horse Guards Parade as Louis pointed to the ceremony.

They arrived at Horse Guards Parade in a carriage with their mother and grandmother. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a white Alexander McQueen coat dress and a Philip Treacy hat. Riding horses included the Prince of Wales on George, the Duke of Cambridge on Derby and the Princess Royal on Sir John.

The Prince of Wales preceded the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal as they rode diagonally across the forecourt and under the Horse Guards arches. Charles wore his scarlet Colonel of the Welsh Guards uniform and green thistle sash on a horse named George. William rode Derby in his Irish Guards uniform and Anne on a horse named Sir John in her Colonel of the Blues and Royals uniform as part of the colorful parade.

It comes when Prince Harry and Meghan will attend an official engagement at senior royals for the first time in over two years. The Sussexes will also bring three-year-old Archie and Lilibet, almost one, to the public family reunion — and the kids will likely finally meet their cousins ​​George, Charlotte and Louis.

The Prince of Wales preceded the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal as they rode diagonally across the forecourt and under the Horse Guards arches

The Prince of Wales preceded the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal as they rode diagonally across the forecourt and under the Horse Guards arches

Lilibet has never been introduced to her royal relatives, while Archie hasn’t been to the UK since he was six months old. But there is no invitation to the embarrassed Prince Andrew, not even privately after his fall from grace.

The Queen’s Birthday Parade at Horse Guards in London is the first official Platinum Jubilee event of the bank holiday weekend, with Her Majesty appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the RAF flypast at 1pm.

Thousands of people draped in Union Jack flags, party hats and plastic tiaras lined The Mall in the warm sun today. Some out front had camping chairs, which had arrived in recent days to get the best spot, and spirits were high as members of the public chatted and joked with the police enforcing the perimeter.

The Queen’s Birthday Parade at Horse Guards in London is the first official Platinum Jubilee event of the bank holiday weekend, with Her Majesty appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the RAF flypast at 1pm.

Thousands of people draped in Union Jack flags, party hats and plastic tiaras lined The Mall in the warm sun today. Some out front had camping chairs, which had arrived in recent days to get the best spot, and spirits were high as members of the public chatted and joked with the police enforcing the perimeter.

Charles wore his scarlet Colonel of the Welsh Guards uniform and green thistle sash on a horse named George

Charles wore his scarlet Colonel of the Welsh Guards uniform and green thistle sash on a horse named George

However, police then fired on four intruders who were trying to break through security on The Mall. Two of the protesters – who were from Animal Rebellion – were able to sit in the middle of the road as the marching band approached. Officers moved them out of the way as the musicians walked past them, dodging them completely.

The Irish Guards were among the first to arrive this morning at a march at Horse Guards Parade before the crowd seated in the blazing sun, led by their mascot, an Irish Wolfhound named Seamus. And as huge crowds descended on the capital to witness the historic weekend, police and park authorities said the areas were packed.

The Metropolitan Police said: ‘The viewing areas in central London for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations are now full. Avoid the area to avoid the disappointment of not being able to enter the viewing areas.”

And the Royal Parks added: ‘The crowd has flocked to St James’s Park for Trooping the Color and the public viewing areas are now at full capacity. Please don’t go to St James’s Park, enjoy the anniversary celebrations elsewhere.”

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tweeted this morning to their official account: ‘We look forward to celebrating and seeing you join us in celebrating this #PlatinumJubilee weekend.’

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