The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Cardiff Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

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After two days of Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London, the third day took The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Wales. The big surprise of the day was the second appearance of Prince George and Princess Charlotte over the long weekend.

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Prince William and Duchess Catherine arrived at Cardiff Castle with Prince George and Princess Charlotte to join the celebrations marking Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. It’s Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first official visit to Cardiff.

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While little Charlotte was in Amaia Kids coat (Thanks to Bojana) Prince George was looking dapper in a blue suit just like his father.

 

 

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Little Princess Charlotte with her welcome bouquet.

On Thursday, Prince George and Princess Charlotte along with little brother Prince Louis made their Carriage debut.

Yesterday, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall with the extended Royal family for the National service of Thanksgiving for The Queen’s reign at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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Today in Cardiff, The Royals are meeting performers and crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Concert taking place in the castle ground later this afternoon. They saw rehearsals and met some of the acts taking part in the celebrations, including Bonnie Tyler and Owain Wynn Evans, West End performers, Rubicon Dance Company, and the Wales Youth Choir for Good. They will also learn about the technical details behind the organization of the show including lights, sound, and visual effects, and offer their hand in the final settings of the show.

 

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The concert is being hosted by Aled Jones and Shan Cothi and will feature live performances from some of the best Welsh singers and entertainers alongside choirs, bands, and orchestras. After the concert, the attendees can enjoy the Buckingham Palace Party at Palace from the Cardiff castle grounds through large screens placed in the castle.

 

Welsh Artist Nathan Wyburn created two collages of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Her Majesty The Queen, using 1 image from each of her 70-year as monarch. Prince Geoge and Princess Charlotte were very much interested in the picture and loved finding an image of themselves and little Louis in the artwork.

 

It was Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first public walkabout. They along with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greeted the well-wishers gathered inside and outside the castle. Hellen on Twitter was one of them who captured this great shot.

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For the second time in the last three days, The Duchess of Cambridge chose to bring something familiar back from her wardrobe.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore an Eponine London Double-wool crepe coat in May 2021 when she launched Hold Still 2020 Book
Eponine London Double-wool Crepe coat

The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing her Eponine London Double-wool Crepe coat that she first wore in May 2021 when she launched Hold Still 2020 Book. The coat was officially named ‘The Coat Dress’.

The Duchess of Cambridge carried DeMillier London The Montreal Nano Bag
DeMillier London The Montreal Nano Bag

She was carrying her DeMillier London The Montreal Nano Bag. Thanks to Middleton Maven for the update.

The Duchess of Cambride wore Gianvito Rossi 105 Blue Suede Pumps
Gianvito Rossi 105 Blue Suede Pumps

Another new element of the look were suede blue Gianvito Rossi pumps.

The Duchess of cambridge wore Spells of Love Alia Hoops to visit Barry Island in Wales
Spells of Love Alia Hoops

Catherine was wearing her Spells of Love Alia Hoops. The Duchess was wearing her blue suede pumps.

Royal Historian, Marlene Koeing, who was in the UK for the platinum jubilee week, heard the Cambridge family arriving back at Kensington Palace and was able to capture some amazing moments from the reunion of Prince Louis with the rest of the family.

 

 


In other news, last night, The Duchess of Cambridge made a special visit to her patronage Evelina London. The charity shared a few pictures on Twitter. The Duchess of Cambridge became the patron of Evelina London in December 2019.

 

 

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