PRINCESS Charlotte and big brother Prince George today beamed as they joined their mum and dad for a royal outing.
The royal youngsters headed to Wales with Kate Middleton and Prince William to meet entertainers staging a show to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Young Charlotte, seven, even appeared to try to curtsey as she stepped out of the car with her family as they arrived at Cardiff Castle.
Kate and Wills along with George, eight, and Charlotte are due to watch rehearsals and meet some of the acts taking part in the celebrations including Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler.
Bonnie was last week made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for her services to music.
The royals will also meet weatherman Owain Wyn Evans, best known for his role on the nightly news programme North West Tonight and The One Show.
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The Cambridges and their children will then be introduced to a number of West End performers, Rubicon Dance Company and the Wales Youth Choir for Good.
Prince Louis – who stole the show when he appeared on Buckingham Palace's balcony with his family and the Queen after the Trooping the Colour ceremony on Thursday – is missing out on the visit.
The adorable royal was seen jumping with glee after he was wowed by the Red Arrows.
Louis, four, grinned and chatted to his great-grandmother the Queen as they watched the sensational show from the balcony.
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Just hours before, Charlotte was snapped playfully calming her little brother as he enthusiastically waved to enormous crowds watching Trooping the Colour.
The royal youngster placed her hand over her younger brother while in the carriage procession.
Meanwhile, Kate and Wills yesterday joined other members of the Firm at St Paul's Cathedral for the special service.
While the Queen, 96, herself did not attend due to mobility issues, Charles and Camilla, Beatrice and Eugenie and Zara and Mike Tindall attended.
Kate and William arrived to loud cheers from members of the public waiting outside.
But Harry and Meghan were seated in the second row on the right hand side, away from the Cambridges who at at the front on the left.
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It's reported Palace aides worked behind the scenes for months to perfectly choreograph the Jubilee service so Harry and William wouldn't come face-to-face.
The brothers sat on separate sides of St Paul's and arrived with their wives at different times. The couples did not make eye contact or acknowledge each other.
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