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How the Duchess of Cambridge kept George, Charlotte and Louis calm in the royal carriage

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Kate Middleton appeared to be using distraction techniques to keep her three children calm as they played a pivotal role in Thursday’s historic Trooping the Color parade.

According to a lip reader who viewed video footage of Buckingham Palace’s brief journey in the horse-drawn carriage, the Duchess pointed out Union Jacks in the crowd and continued to chat with Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, to make sure. making sure they weren’t overwhelmed by the sheer size of the grand opportunity.

At one point, the Duchess, 40, seemed to say, ‘This is great! Look at all those people!’ as she traveled to Horse Guards Parade with her three young children and the Duchess of Cornwall.

A curious Louis would have seen Prince William join the parade on horseback and say, “Look, that’s Dad.”

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Big day for the Cambridges: Kate Middleton talks to her children, from left, George, Louis and Charlotte, as they leave Buckingham Palace on the first day of the holiday celebrations

Kate Middleton smiles brightly as she walks down the Mall with her three children and the Duchess of Cornwall;  the royal family is believed to have said to its three children,

Kate Middleton smiles brightly as she walks down the Mall with her three children and the Duchess of Cornwall; the royal family is believed to have said to its three children, “Look at these colors and all those flags!” while on their way to Horse Guards Parade

Prince Louis, four, is said to have seen his father, Prince William, telling his mother,

Prince Louis, four, is said to have seen his father, Prince William, telling his mother, “Look, there’s daddy!”

The Duchess of Cambridge also clearly enjoyed the day and is said to have told her children: ‘Look at these colors and all the flags!’ as they bypassed thousands of benefactors on the Mall and a sea of ​​Union Jacks.

Kate looked chic in a white Alexander McQueen coat dress, her hair loosely braided and tucked under a glamorous white and navy wide-brimmed hat from Philip Treacy, the A-list hatter.

According to the lip reader, the young royals of the carriage were clearly amazed at the number of people who had come to celebrate the platinum anniversary at Buckingham Palace.

Prince George, who was most acquainted with royal occasions, seemed to turn to the crowd and say ‘wow’, noting the thousands of people in all the people.

A giggling Princess Charlotte also commented ‘wow’, while Prince George was seen saying ‘This is great’ before asking ‘Mommy where does this end?’

Kate is said to have replied, ‘That’s the entrance. that’s where we’re going to stop.’

A little tension between siblings?  An adorable moment caught Charlotte and little brother Louis choosing a few words over the youngest Cambridge's dedication to wave

A little tension between siblings? An adorable moment caught Charlotte and little brother Louis choosing a few words over the youngest Cambridge’s dedication to wave

Kate Middleton encourages her kids to wave as the horse-drawn carriage makes its way to the ceremonial parade

Kate Middleton encourages her kids to wave as the horse-drawn carriage makes its way to the ceremonial parade

Out of respect for their great-grandmother, the Cambridge children dutifully bowed their heads as the national anthem was played on their arrival at Horse Guards Parade.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children took center stage as four days of platinum anniversary celebrations kicked off in style.

Proven that sibling rivalry can rear its ugly head even on the most royal of occasions, Princess Charlotte was spotted tagging her little brother Louis for waving to crowds too enthusiastically.

An adorable clip shows the seven-year-old, who looked elegant in a cornflower chiffon blue dress with bow detail from Patachou, and wore her hair down with a neat braid and matching blue ribbon, was seen asking Prince Louis to ‘stop waving!’ as they made their journey through the crowd.

Out of respect for their great-grandmother, the Cambridge children dutifully bowed their heads as the national anthem was played on their arrival at Horse Guards Parade.

Out of respect for their great-grandmother, the Cambridge children dutifully bowed their heads as the national anthem was played on their arrival at Horse Guards Parade.

Seen from above, the horse-drawn carriage makes its way through the crowd this morning towards Horse Guards Parade

Seen from above, the horse-drawn carriage makes its way through the crowd this morning towards Horse Guards Parade

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s eldest child, Prince George, eight, dressed in a sharp navy suit with matching blue tie, watched as the little bickering erupted in the royal carriage.

Stealing the fashion show in an immaculate white sailor suit and bearing a striking resemblance to his same-aged father, who wore a similar outfit to the 1985 Trooping the Color event, Little Prince Louis watched unperturbed by his sister’s chastising and kept waving anyway.

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