PRINCE George gave a royal wave alongside his brother Louis and sister Charlotte as they joined today's Trooping the Colour.
The adorable siblings, sitting opposite Kate Middleton and Camilla, smiled at enormous crowds outside Buckingham Palace and Horse Guards Parade for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Louis sat between his older brother and sister for their first carriage procession as celebrations marking the monarch's 70-year reign began.
The children, dressed in a light blue, navy and white colour scheme, waved to supporters who have been lining the streets from the early hours.
At one point Charlotte, wearing a cornflour blue dress, appeared to push Louis' hand down as he pulled a face.
The princess also squinted in the sunshine as she looked out on those who had gathered to see them.
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Cheers went up from thousands of spectators in The Mall as they caught sight of the trio.
The kids later bowed their heads when the national anthem was played on their arrival into Horse Guards Parade.
George was dressed in a navy suit, white shirt and blue tie for the occasion, while Louis wore a sailor-style white and navy top echoing an outfit worn by his father at the 1985 Trooping event.
Charlotte's hair was worn down, dressed up with two fine plaits fastened with a blue ribbon.
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The traditional carriage procession left the Palace ahead of the Birthday Parade that marked the start of four-day of festivities.
Travelling behind George, Louis and Charlotte was a carriage carrying the Earl and Countess of Wessex with Lady Louise Mountbatten Windsor and the Viscount Severn.
The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence followed.
Riding horses were the Prince of Wales on George, the Duke of Cambridge on Derby and the Princess Royal on Sir John.
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