With a Twitter message, Prince William and Duchess Kate look back on the Queen’s jubilee.

Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (40) look back on the anniversary weekend. From Thursday (June 2nd) to Sunday (June 5th) the platinum throne jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (96) was celebrated in Great Britain. Among them were Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40), who had come from the USA. William and Kate were also there with their children Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) and celebrated with them.

“What a fantastic weekend” – especially for Prince Louis

The official account of Prince William and Duchess Kate has now shared a retrospective post on Twitter. “What a fantastic weekend of celebrations. To see people across the country coming together with family, friends and loved ones was very special. Thank you to everyone who has shown their gratitude to the Queen for 70 years on the throne. (.. .) We hope you had a weekend to remember,” the statement said.

“We all had an incredible time. Louis especially,” the royals joked in a final post. The little royal caught the eye at both Thursday’s Trooping the Color parade and Sunday’s pageant. With wild grimaces, the four-year-old regularly stole the show from the other royals, and the hilarious photos went around the world.