Saturday, 13 June 2015

George's First Trooping the Colour




It was a momentous day for the Cambridge family, as it marked Prince George’s first balcony appearance at Buckingham Palace.

The royal family gathered to watch the flypast by the RAF’s Red Arrows to mark the end of the annual Trooping The Colour parade commemorating the Queens birthday, with the little Prince being carried by his father.

The event not only commemorated the Queen's birthday, but it also celebrated the Duchess of Cambridge’s first appearance since giving birth to Princess Charlotte. Although all eyes were on George as he sported the cutest powder blue suit previously worn by Prince William when he was taken onto the famous balcony by his father, Prince Charles in 1984. Even though it is not known who originally designed the iconic outfit, it was paired with some white cotton socks and tiny T-bar first walkers similar to these by Leon Shoes, or these by English Classic’s.


The little Prince was later seen up at one of the palace windows with his nanny Maria, watching the rest of the festivities with his tongue wagging (the cheeky chap clearly got tired of simply smiling and waving!). This time George went for a more casual look, layering a cosy cotton cardigan from Trotters embroidered with tiny tugboats over a white top and a pair of navy blue shorts from Mayoral

What did you think of George’s outfit? We think it’s one of his cutest yet! 
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