Prince William and Kate Middleton were joined by their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant today.
The three royal children joined their parents, in the royal box to watch the pageant on the last day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Kate, 40, stunned in a deep pink dress which rouched on one side. She wore her dark hair down in a wavy blowdry.
Kate could be seen chatting to four year old Louis who looked smart in a dark cardigan buttoned up.
Seven year old Charlotte looked sweet in a white coat and her dark hair was in two half plaits pulled together into a half ponytail.
William, 39, could be seen chatting to eight year old George and Charlotte as they awaited the start of the pageant.
The Duke of Cambridge looked smart in a dark suit with a white shirt and dark spotted tie.
The People’s Pageant follows a three-kilometre route and starts from Whitehall, going through Admiralty Arch, up The Mall to Buckingham Palace, around Queen Victoria Memorial and down Birdcage Walk.
The Cambridge's children have been seen at many events during the jubilee celebrations and young Louis was the star of the show on the balcony at Buckingham Palace on Friday.
As the Royal Family gathered on the balcony for Thursday's Trooping the Colour Platinum Jubilee celebrations, all eyes were on adorable Prince Louis.
The cheeky youngster decided to put his hands over his ears as the fly by went over, much to the delighted of onlookers on The Mall.
The four year old also made a series of facial expressions during Trooping the Colour as he stood alongside his parents, siblings and the Queen.
All eyes are likely to be on the young prince today as the pageant goes ahead to echo the route of the Queen's Coronation procession that took place 70 years ago, and it marks the grand finale of the Platinum Jubilee weekend.
There will be a 6,000 strong performing cast from across the UK and Commonwealth, celebrating The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee split into three acts.
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The Platinum Jubilee Pageant Company has commissioned artists and communities from around the country and Commonwealth including military personnel, performers, key workers and volunteers from across the UK, who will come together to tell the story of The Queen’s 70-year reign and transforming society.
Included in the event there will be Scottish bagpipers, school children performing in Birmingham, creatives from Cardiff, performers from Belfast, dancers in Bristol, students in Coventry, to puppeteers on the Isle of Wight, and carnival clubs in Somerset.
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