The Trooping the Color parade takes place on Thursday. Will George, Charlotte and Louis ride in a carriage there?

Next Thursday (June 2nd) is the annual “Trooping the Color” parade in Great Britain. The military parade is traditionally held in June as a birthday parade for the respective monarch. This year, the parade is one of the major celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee (96). Unlike in previous years, the 96-year-old will not be driving in a carriage this time. Instead, Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) are to sit in a carriage together with mother Kate (40) for the first time.

At least that’s what the British media like “Hello!” suspect. The children of Duchess Kate and Prince William (39) are not taking part in the parade for the first time. In previous moves, the children were seen with their parents on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Has the time come when the rascals will fully participate in the procession? An official statement from the palace is still pending.

“Trooping the Color” dress rehearsal went smoothly

Last Saturday (May 28th) the big dress rehearsal for “Trooping the Color” took place. Prince William, who is responsible for leading and assessing the Irish Guards, checked at the public rehearsal whether the troops were ready for the celebrations. According to information from the tabloid “Daily Mail”, the dress rehearsal went smoothly.