The cutest carriage ride.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis looked all grown up arriving at Trooping the Colour with mom Kate Middleton and step-grandmother Camilla Parker Bowles on Thursday.
The little ones rode in a carriage with the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, as Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee birthday celebration kicked off.
The siblings waved at the crowds from their seats. George, 8, smiled in a navy suit with his 7-year-old brother sitting beside him. Charlotte, 4, sat next to Louis in a blue dress.
Middleton was all smiles positioned across from the children, waving in a white Alexander McQueen dress and black hat.
The duchess previously sported the coat dress while attending the Eden Project for G7 reception in the summer of 2021.
Parker Bowles, for her part, sported a striped dress and a blue hat while seated beside Middleton.
As for Prince William, the 39-year-old Duke of Cambridge arrived in a car wearing full military regalia.
The duke and his father, Prince Charles, will take the Trooping the Colour salute for the 96-year-old monarch, marking a shift in royal tradition.
“We’re looking forward to celebrating and seeing how you’re joining us in marking this #PlatinumJubilee weekend,” read a tweet from his and Kate’s royal Twitter account ahead of the event.
The Queen celebrated with a new portrait, released on Wednesday.
“Her Majesty The Queen, the first Monarch in British history to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee,” read a statement, referencing the matriarch’s 70 years of service.
“To mark the beginning of the #PlatinumJubilee Celebration Weekend, a new portrait of The Queen has been released,” the statement continued.
In the shot, taken by Ranald Mackechnie in Windsor Castle’s Victoria Vestibule, the Queen smiled in a pale blue coat dress.
William, Middleton and their three kids will join the sovereign on the balcony to watch the parade along with other working royal family members.
Although Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in England, they will watch the procession from a different location as they resigned from all royal duties in February 2021.