Prince George makes Buckingham Palace balcony debut with members of the Royal Family, the Duchess of Cambridge glows in blue and white

In the same blue Buckingham Palace balcony outfit worn by his father Prince William in 1984, the little prince, who will turn 2 on July 22, was looking curiously at the crowd, waving and watching the spectacular show from the historic balcony on Saturday, June 13.


Kensington Palace tweeted two side by side pictures of Prince George and his father Prince William wearing the same blue outfit, except the shoes were in different colors.

His mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, who made her first public appearance since giving birth to their second child, daughter Princess Charlotte, looked ravishing in a blue-and-white dress accessorized with a white hat. (Charlotte, six weeks old, was too young to take part in the ceremony, maybe next year she will attend.)

On the British Monarchy official Twitter account there are some of the most important moments from the Queen’s birthday parade.

“The Queen and members of the Royal Family on the balcony of #BuckinghamPalace after today’s #TroopingTheColour,” a tweet read.

The Queen first attended the ceremony in 1947 when she was 21 and made her first Trooping the Colour salute in 1951.