The royal toddlers were dressed in their finest outfits with Charlotte donning a cute printed pink dress and George appearing in a white short-sleeved shirt and dungaree shorts

Everyone was waiting for the adorable royal twosome to show their faces at today’s celebration of the Queen’s 91st birthday.

And the crowds weren’t left disappointed. Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with their parents, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.

The royal toddlers were dressed in their finest outfits with Charlotte donning a cute printed pink dress and George appearing in a white short-sleeved shirt and dungaree shorts.

George looked less than impressed at the display, appearing bored and turning round to talk to his parents multiple times. However, both children did wave at the RAF pilots flying overhead.

Over 1000 soldiers took part in this morning’s Trooping the Colour parade. The annual event celebrates the Queen’s official birthday. (Her actual one was on April 21.)

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen’s 91st birthday [Photo PA]
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen’s 91st birthday [Photo PA]
The royal toddlers were seen waving at RAF pilots [Photo PA]
The royal toddlers were seen waving at RAF pilots [Photo PA]

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are old pros when it comes to their balcony moment. Photo (C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
Prince George and Princess Charlotte are old pros when it comes to their balcony moment. Photo (C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
Prince George and Princess Charlotte watching the parade Photo (C) TIM ROOKE, REX, SHUTTERSTOCK
Prince George and Princess Charlotte watching the parade Photo (C) TIM ROOKE, REX, SHUTTERSTOCK
When the flypast came, Kate briefly let Charlotte stand on her own next to her brother as the two excitedly watched the planes go by and ask their parents questions Photo (C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
When the flypast came, Kate briefly let Charlotte stand on her own next to her brother as the two excitedly watched the planes go by and ask their parents questions Photo (C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
The centerpiece of London’s highbrow season of festivities honors Queen Elizabeth’s 91st birthday with the annual ceremony Photo (C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
The centerpiece of London’s highbrow season of festivities honors Queen Elizabeth’s 91st birthday with the annual ceremony Photo (C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
The grand military parade, which takes place in June in hopes of favorable weather Photo(C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
The grand military parade, which takes place in June in hopes of favorable weather Photo(C) CHRIS JACKSON, GETTY IMAGES
The royal family typically turns out in full force – especially for the grand appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES, CHRIS JACKSON
The royal family typically turns out in full force – especially for the grand appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES, CHRIS JACKSON
With more than 1,400 officers, 400 musicians and 200 horses in tow, the Queen is paraded in a carriage from Buckingham Palace Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES, CHRIS JACKSON
With more than 1,400 officers, 400 musicians and 200 horses in tow, the Queen is paraded in a carriage from Buckingham Palace Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES, CHRIS JACKSON

While the royal children didn’t participate in the parade ride down The Mall to Horse Guards Parade, they were front and centre to watch the RAF planes fly past.

The last time the two were seen together was at Pippa Middleton’s wedding last month. Playing the role of page boy and flower girl, three-year-old George and two-year-old Charlotte were seen being told to be quiet by Kate.

For today’s celebrations, the Queen relayed a powerful message to the nation. Referencing the UK’s recent terror attacks, she said “it is difficult to escape a very sombre national mood.”

“Put to the test, the United Kingdom has been resolute in the face of adversity. United in our sadness, we are equally determined, without fear or favour, to support all those rebuilding lives so horribly affected by injury and loss.”

Source: uk style yahoo com

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