She may have been striking in a lime green coat, skirt and matching hat, but once again the Queen was no match for her super cute great-grandchildren.
The royal family put on a stunning fashion show as they turned out for the Trooping the Colour ceremony, to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday (again).
Tens of thousands of people lined London streets to wave as horse-drawn carriages trotted past carrying Prince Harry, his sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge and step-mother the Duchess of Cornwall.
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Later, all 45 members of Her Majesty’s family gathered on the Buckingham Palace balcony. It was the first time for 13-month-old Princess Charlotte who was held in her mother’s arms.
The Princess looked divine in a baby pink dress with tiny matching socks and shoes as well as a little pink bow hair clip.
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She was joined by her father, Prince William and brother Prince George, who appears to have the royal wave down pat!