The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in a carriage again, less than month after their fairytale wedding in Windsor. But this time, it’s for Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s annual birthday celebration, which is marked by a grand military parade.
Harry wore a ceremonial uniform, and Meghan donned a pink, off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera dress with a Philip Treacy hat. She styled her hair in loose waves. As they rode through London, the Duchess beamed and waved to the crowd. In a carriage ahead of them were Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. They coordinated together in pale blue. Middleton’s dress was by Alexander McQueen (the same designer she wore to Harry and Meghan’s wedding).
In fact, all the royals were in the parade: Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince William, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, and of course, the Queen Elizabeth. In her radiant, sky blue Stewart Parvin dress and Angela Kelly hat, the crowds could spot her from a mile away.
Queen Elizabeth has been to every single Trooping the Colour during her reign, except for one, which was cancelled due to a strike. The grand event features over 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses, 400 musicians, and several fighter jets. With all its horsemanship and fanfare, it’s the epitome of British pomp and circumstance, and one of the most anticipated royal events of the year. After all, who doesn’t love it when the family gets together?
And no one was more excited for this spectacle than Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Along with their cousin, Savannah Phillips, two of the littlest royals were seen ooh-ing and ahh-ing over the planes as they flew by, George even throwing his head up to the sky in awe. After all, he is a noted helicopter aficionado—planes, too, are probably totally up his alley.
The kids also got up to some playful hijinks during the national anthem. As the band played, Savannah did some animated mock conducting. Charlotte giggled, and George, it appears, started to sing—until Savannah put her hand over his mouth. Noticing the minor commotion, the Queen glanced over (whether out of amusement or annoyance is anyone’s guess). The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also sensed something was amiss—but, bound by the formality of the event, simply looked on. The internet, naturally, loved the whole thing.
A whole lot of CUTE on the balcony of Buckingham Palace today, with a very excited #PrincessCharlotte, #PrinceGeorge and cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips thoroughly enjoying the fly past! #TroopingTheColour pic.twitter.com/UwLxZwx7UP
— Emily Nash (@emynash) June 9, 2018
Noticeably absent was Prince Louis. Many thought he might make an appearance at the Trooping, since it’s one of the few events where the entire royal family gets together. However, it seems Will and Kate kept him at home—at one month old, he’s still probably too young for such a boisterous affair.
So when will the public see Prince Louis next? Likely at his christening, which is rumored to be sometime this summer. Here’s hoping George and Charlotte continue to make some great meme-able moments then, too.
This article originally appeared on Vogue.com.